KIDDERMINSTER Harriers fans continue to share their excitement after the club's FA Cup victory - and are looking ahead to their huge West Ham game.

The Harriers have drawn David Moyes' team in the next round, who currently sit fifth in the Premier League.

The crunch home match will be at Aggborough Stadium, with hopes surely high that it will be televised.

Harriers and West Ham met in the FA Cup in round 5 in 1994 when West Ham emerged as 1-0 victors.

Kidderminster Fans had a day to remember on Saturday as their team knocked Reading of the Championship out of the FA Cup in the third round.

Warwick Nash, board member of the Kidderminster Harriers Independent Supporters Trust, said: "I'm just coming off cloud nine. It was a joyous occasion.

"The north terrace was absolutely buzzing - it was raucous.

"When the second goal went in I thought the roof was going to come off.

"It just proves what can be achieved when everyone pulls together."

Looking ahead to the upcoming fourth round, Mr Nash added: "If West Ham turn up and put a weakened team out you never know.

"Lightning could strike twice. It depends how seriously they take it.

"David Moyes has been to Aggborough as a player. He was a Preston player in 1994 when they came to the Harriers in the fourth round.

"The Harriers beat them 1-0."

Kidderminster Shuttle: Warwick Nash (right) and his friend Stuart Walstrom just after the final whistle Warwick Nash (right) and his friend Stuart Walstrom just after the final whistle

Scott Jones, PA announcer at Aggborough, said: "I still haven't calmed down yet. The atmosphere was just incredible.

"Fans were really behind the team. When the equaliser came in it was unbelievable."

Mr Jones says the Harriers must now get revenge on West Ham following the club's cup defeat in 1994.

He added: "They beat us 1-0. Fingers crossed we can get revenge this time."

Harriers fan and former Shuttle editor Clive Joyce said the atmosphere on Saturday was "fantastic" and it was "lovely to see the ground full."

Ahead of the fourth round clash he said: "It would be nice to think the Harriers could get their own back.

"West Ham are much more formidable side now than they were before."

Sports writer and Harriers fan Shane Wilkinson said: "This has been the best weekend of my life.

"West Ham coming to Aggborough? It's ridiculous, it sounds like something out of Football Manager."