Boss John Eustace highlighted the character of his young Harriers squad after their success over fellow play-off hopefuls Stockport County.

Kidderminster took another big step towards a a place in the National League North’s end-of-season shake-up with a 3-1 victory at Aggborough on Tuesday night. Goals from Joe Ironside, James McQuilkin and Dan Bradley gave Kidderminster the points as they quickly backed up Saturday’s win at Blyth.

The manager was keen to praise the attitude of his players after a 15th home win of the campaign moved them 10 points ahead of eighth-placed Chorley.

He said: “It’s been a really tough couple of weeks, but the lads’ character has got them through it. I don’t think we played that well tonight but to win the game was excellent.

“Stockport are on a great run. You can see they’re confident and they made it difficult for us.

“They’re a very good team and I’m sure they’ll be in the play-offs at the end of the season.”

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