Defender Keith Lowe has become the latest player to re-sign with Kidderminster Harriers for the new campaign after penning a new one-year deal at the club.
Despite last season’s relegation, the experienced former Wolves man made a huge impact when returning to the club in January, making 20 appearances and scoring twice as the team produced solid form to close out the term.
With close to 500 senior career appearances to his name, Lowe’s credentials are unquestioned so it’s a huge boost for boss John Eustace to snap up the 30 year-old once again.
Lowe’s new contract keeps him with Harriers until the end of the forthcoming season – we’ll have his reaction to the news later today.
Meanwhile Harriers can also confirm that Jared Hodgkiss has penned his new deal, trigged by appearances made last season, to also keep him at Aggborough for the campaign ahead.