HARRIERS have turned down two bids for Joe Lolley turned down, revealed chairman Mark Serrell.

Serrell was unwilling to commment on speculation that the 21-year-old striker could be bound for either Peterborough or Huddersfield.

Lolley has taken the Conference Premier by storm since joining the club in the summer and has attracted a host of attention from Football League clubs.

Serrell said: "I can say that we've had two bids from different clubs for Jolley which we have not accepeted.

"It would be unfair to on the clubs to say who they are.

"We have a lot of talented young players at the club which attract interest from clubs."

Peterborough United had been favourites to sign Lolley but Posh boss Darren Ferguson confirmed he is bound for a club in the second tier of English football.

"We've had a bid accepted for Lolley from Kidderminster," said Ferguson.

"Lolley's agent point blank refused the boy to speak with me. I did speak with him after the game on Saturday, but again these young lads are very impressionable.

"He's talked with a Championship club and it looks like he is going to sign for them."