MARVIN Johnson could have played his final game for Harriers after requesting a loan move.

Manager Gary Whild has revealed that the 23-year-old wishes to be sent out to find regular football.

It would ends a Harriers career where we have only seen glimpses of the former Romulus flyer's potential.

He joined in January 2012 for £5,000 from Romulus and won over the fans with a series of dazzling displays.

He was a regular starter during the 2012-13 campaign and helped Kidderminster finish second.

Last summer he was linked with the likes of Crewe Alexandra but after a protracted period, he finally put pen to paper on a deal at Aggborough until the end of the current season.

However, he has failed to nail down a regular starting spot this season with many of his 28 appearances from the bench.

He had played a major part since Whild took over as manager, despite making three substitute appearances.

Johnson set up the winner against Macclesfield and also made a good contribution against Barnet.

Whild said:  "The conversation with Marvin was that he had played a part in all three games since I had been back.

"He played quite a large part against Macclesfield and I was happy to have him around.

"He thinks it will be better for him to go out and play some games and from the club's point of view if he's not comfortable with been here, then it is better he goes out and gets some games."

Overall, Johnson has played 82 times in league and cup, scoring eight goals.

With Adrian Cieslewicz still sidelined, Kidderminster's wide options are limited and the manager is keen to strengthen before the close of the loan window on Friday.

He said: "We would like to think that maybe next week if there is one or maybe two wh can come in and improve us.

"That is the main thing, they have to be better than we already have.

"Next Friday is deadline day and if we can do something to help us we will try and do that."