BOSS John Eustace has added two new faces to his Harriers squad.

A deadline on all new registrations for clubs outside the standard transfer window passed at 5pm yesterday, and there has been comings and goings at Aggborough ahead of the run-in of a busy campaign.

Coming in is Emmanuel Sonupe, a 21-year-old winger who joins us on loan for the rest of the season from League 1 side Northampton Town.

He’s joined at the club by another new face in versatile defender, Josh Webb. Josh is also 21 and joins us having parted company with Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock, subject to International Clearance.

Meanwhile, leaving Harriers on loan are Tom Palmer and Wayne Thomas.

Teenage goalkeeper Palmer joins Stourport Swifts on loan until the end of the season as he looks to pick up some first-team experience, while Thomas is linking up with Stratford Town for some game time.

Thomas will continue working with our U19s side and Academy set-up while adding some more experience to the Town side, where other Harriers players George Forsyth and James Hancocks are also on loan.

Additionally, midfielder Ben Clarke is to remain at Halesowen Town until the end of the season as he continues his impressive form with the Yeltz.