That’s according to Rocks boss Robbie Blake after the midfielder came off the bench for skipper Calvin Davies in the second half of the 2-1 Isthmian premier division loss at home to table-toppers Hornchurch.

South Korean Seung-Woo Yang (pictured far right), who spent time with the club in pre-season, was released by the Spitfires and has signed with a view to bolstering Blake’s options in the run-in.

He delivered a neat and tidy display in the middle of the park against the Urchins and could feature in tomorrow’s home game against Wingate & Finchley, with Davies struggling with a knock he picked up on Saturday.

Seung-Woo Yang, 21, who has had loan spells at AFC Totton and Salisbury, spent his youth days at Southampton’s academy before making a move to Forest Green Rovers. He also enjoyed a spell at Hamworthy United.

And Blake  said: “Seungy chose to go to Eastleigh back at the start of the season and we fully accepted that and wished him well. Circumstances have changed and we welcome him back and hope he can contribute for us as we look to make an impact as the season progresses — with an eye on improving our league standing, obviously.”