CAPTAIN Kyle Storer could return for Harriers' trip to Aldershot tonight (7.45pm ko).
The skipper has completed a two-match ban and is expected to be drafted straight back into the the side.
Despite having a slight hip injury, it is hoped he will be available.
Kidderminster will be aiming to build on seven points from the last three games, a run which has re-kindled their play-off hopes.
But they face an Aldershot side who are fourth from bottom and still embroiled in a relegation battle.
The Shots are strong at home, having tasted defeat in the Skrill Premier four times this season.
Harriers' record against the Hampshire side is poor, having never beaten them in seven meetings.
Kidderminster have also lost all three trips to the Recreation Ground.
The Aggborough outfit are level of points with fifth-placed Halifax,but are eighth because of goal-difference.
Whild said: "We are one of eight or nine teams chasing promotion and it is really tight, we've got to keep looking after our situation."
Jack Byrne completed his comeback from time out with a hamstring issue with an impressive substitute outing against Barnet and so will push for more against the Shots, while Michael Gash made a goal scoring return of his own.
Only Chey Dunkley (knee) is a confirmed absentee for Harriers as he awaits a minor operation.
Nathan Blissett is back and available to Harriers after completing his loan at Hednesford.
Fans can read all about the result with a report on The Shuttle's website after the match.