CHIEF executive Colin Gordon admitted Harriers must find a goal-scorer after yesterday's 1-0 defeat at home to Guiseley.

Kidderminster suffered a seventh straight defeat when substitute Liam Dickinson bagged a 79th minute goal from a corner.

While the caretaker manager lamented his team's inability to defend set-pieces, he also felt Harriers lacked a focal point up front.

Matthew Barnes-Homer played his final game on-loan from Aldershot, a disappointing spell where the former Luton man has not scored any goals.

Once again he produced a lacklustre and toothless display.

Gordon confirmed that the club would not be extending his stay at the club.

"We haven't got a target man, a focal point, someone who can actually causes defences problems and get on the end of something. We need the final piece of the jigsaw.

"I was so pleased with the way the midfield three combined but some of us were off colour. Ben Whitfield was off colour and we had to change that around.

"It was very disappointing because we were so comfortable but I should know better."

He added: "There will be no discussion about Matthew.

"We've been looking for a goal-scoring every week. Matthew knew what we needed, we needed a goal threat. We've got to be ruthless and that's what will be."

Harriers handed start to new signing Ousmane Fane, Arthur Gnahoua and Keith aLowe but it was midfielder Elton Ngwatala who shone.

He came close to firing the home team ahead early on the second half but saw a well-struck effort hit the post.

Fane also looked solid in midfield.

"We haven't controlled games all season," said Gordon.

"At half-time we had words, changed one or two things around and we did control the game.

"We were completely bossing the game and nobody could see Guiseley scoring.

"What we lack is killer instinct, turning possession into goals and a cool head.

"I was very pleased with the performance in the second half. We kept recycling the ball, Ousmane Fane and Elton Ngwatala were fantastic at that.

"They have given us a stability in midfield we can play-off now we need to find some creativity in the final third."

Harriers are bottom of the Vanarama National League, 14 points from safety.