JOHN Eustace admits that Kidderminster's performances have not been good enough so far this season but insists he'll put it right sooner rather than later.

Harriers started the new National League North campaign where they ended the last as Chorley were once again celebrating at Aggborough.

The Reds' play-off conquerors bagged a 1-0 opening day victory last Saturday when defender Tyrone Williams put past his own keeper.

It got worse for Harriers on Tuesday night when they again failed to score at Nuneaton Town.

This time it was a last-gasp breakaway strike from Ashley Chambers that handed the visitors successive 1-0 defeats.

The Harriers boss called upon the group – both players and staff – to regroup quickly, saying: “I was disappointed with the performance.

“It is a massive wake-up call for us all.

“That first-half performance wasn’t good enough and conceding right at the end was disappointing.

“I don’t think we’ve deserved to lose either of the games so far but the performances, on the whole, haven’t been good enough.

“It’s my job to sort it out.

“We’ve got to work hard, the lads have got to learn from their mistakes and my mistakes.

“We will put it right sooner rather than later.”

Reds will look to hit back when they go to FC United of Manchester this Saturday.

Harriers did boost their ranks ahead of the Nuneaton clash by bringing Dan Bradley back to the club from last year's league winners AFC Fylde.

Bradley has penned a three-year deal at Aggborough to start a second spell with the club.

He played at Aggborough in the 2010-11 season before moving on to Alfreton Town where, across four seasons, he was the heart of the attack at the Impact Arena.

Fylde landed his signature just over a year ago, with the 26-year-old going on to play an influential role in the team’s title-winning success.

With the Midlander keen to move closer to home, Harriers won the battle to sign him having agreed a substantial transfer with AFC Fylde as part of the deal.

Meanwhile, Ryan Croasdale, who turns 23 next month, has been confirmed as Kidderminster's captain for the new campaign.