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Worgan has enjoyed an excellent debut season with United following his move from Tonbridge Angels, quickly becoming a fans' favourite.
He's been the only ever-present in United's Ryman League Premier Division campaign and is three short of 50 appearances in all competitions.
He told the Stones website said: "I've had a good season. I've really enjoyed myself here at the club.
"The gaffer's been brilliant, the dressing room's been fantastic and it's somewhere I want to stay, so I'm delighted to sign the contract.
"I've got a good track record of staying fairly injury-free. It's always my aim to play every league game, providing I'm selected, so that's the sort of record I want to keep going."
Stones boss Jay Saunders has been discussing plans for next season with chief executive Bill Williams and co-owner Terry Casey, with Worgan the first target.
He said: "You're always planning ahead and there's a few players obviously coming out of contract that we need to start talking to and I thought there was no better place to start than Worgs.
"He's been superb. I knew what we were getting from over the years playing against him and seeing him play but I probably didn't realise how good he can be.
"We've won a lot of games we maybe would have lost if it weren't for him."
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