ROCK icon Robert Plant is hoping Kidderminster Harriers will be 'giant killers' once again ahead of their crucial clash against Premier League West Ham in the FA Cup.

The Led Zeppelin frontman, who lives locally, was at Aggborough Stadium to watch the Harrier's victory over Reading in the Forth Round last month.

When asked whether lightning could strike twice at Aggborough this Saturday, Mr Plant told The Mirror: “Why not?

“West Ham are having a really good season but this club is consistent now with some cracking little players.

“They play really well and the size of the pitch will baffle West Ham.

“When you play on small pitches like this you really have to contain your game.

"Hopefully the town can be a giant-killer.”

The 73-year-old singer says that the Harriers are his second club following his beloved Wolverhampton Wanderers. 

He's chosen to support the Harriers on match day instead of the Wolves, who will be playing Norwich at the Molineux at 3pm. 

He will join thousands of excited Kidderminster fans on Saturday (February 5) for the sell-out home game.