HARRIERS defender Zaine Francis-Angol could be on the verge of a move to German giants Hamburg.

The former Motherwell man visited the Bundesliga outfit and played a behind the scenes game against a Danish side last week as a trial.

Francis-Angol signed an 18 month deal with Kidderminster last week but only agreed to it if he was allowed to trial at Hambury.

Chief executive Colin Gordon said: "Zaine agreed to sign the new deal but only on the proviso that he would be allowed to go on trial at Hamburg.

"He was allowed by us to go out and he felt the trial went well.

"Hamburg are a huge German club so we can't stand in his way but the good thing is we'll be compensated if he does leave.

"I don't want the call from Hamburg, he's a good player and we want him at Harriers."

Meanwhile, Matthew Barnes-Homer plays his final game on loan from Aldershot when Harriers take on Guiseley at home on Saturday (3pm ko).

He has yet to score for the Reds and only showed glimpses on his best form.

Gordon confirmed the club are still keen to bring in a striker and that they were waiting for players to start moving in the transfer window to allow make their targets available."

Gordon said: “We are looking at Matthew’s situation and we’ll see what happens.

"It all depends on his attitude and how hard he wants to work.

“We are looking to strengthen the forward department and we’ve had a few near misses with targets.

“At the moment it’s a waiting game, all it needs is for one player to move and it sets off a domino effect.”