Kidderminster Harriers striker Mani Dieseruvwe was happy to find the back of the net against AFC Telford United on Saturday, ending a run of nine games without a goal.

The striker took his tally for the season to the season to eight with a second half header having come off the bench.

But the goal ended a drought that’s lasted far too long for his liking, with the former Chesterfield man saying: “I definitely let out a few demons – the goal drought is finally over.

“Hopefully I can get a few more, whether it’s from the bench or whenever I’m on the pitch, to help the team go forward.

“I had [the chances before the goal]… but when they come you just have to relax as much as you can.

“Thankfully today I got a third chance and managed to put it away.”


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