MANAGER John Eustace says he isn't concerned by Kidderminster's recent run of away defeats.

Harriers suffered their fourth successive loss on the road when they were turned over at Brackley Town on Tuesday night.

They conceded two goals in the last 10 minutes to leave St James Park empty handed.

Substitute David Moyo struck both goals as the Reds failed to build on last Saturday's battling home success over Stockport County.

Harriers have not won away from Aggborough this year, suffering league defeats at Salford, Chorley and now Brackley, as well as at Barrow in the FA Trophy.

However, Eustace isn't fazed by the situation and thinks his side just need to take their chances.

He said: "I'm not concerned by it at all.

"I don't think there is anything different we need to do other than be more clinical when the chances come along.

"I want us to be competitive and we have been. The only away game that has let us down recently was at Salford, other than that we have done well and played very well at Chorley.

"I thought we were excellent against Brackley in the first half but didn't take our chances.

"We then got punished for that after an even second half when we conceded two goal that we should have defended better.

"We are team that has scored a lot of goals this season though so it's not a big worry.

"We are a young group and the players will be learning all the time. We won't dwell on it because we have a big opportunity to put it right this Saturday."

Harriers will travel to mid-table FC United of Manchester this weekend.

They will be without influential attacker Elton Ngwatala for the clash after he went off with a shoulder injury on Tuesday night.

Eustace explained: "It is the same shoulder that he hurt earlier in the season and he has had to spend the night in hospital.

"He won't be able to play on Saturday and it'll just be a case of seeing what the doctors say and assessing it after that.

"It's not a great situation but it does mean that others will have the chance to step up and take their opportunity in the side."

Harriers' away form will be tested further next Tuesday night with a trip to relegation-threatened Stalybridge.