HARRIERS utility man Zaine Francis-Angol has hinted he is pushing for a move away from Aggborough.

The former Motherwell player, who is contracted to Kidderminster until the end of next season, told The Herald in Scotland he is trying to line-up trials.

Francis-Angol joined in October and proved to be a classy player but appears to be keen to leave. He had a trial with German giants Hamburg in December that did not result in an offer.

With Harriers building the squad after their relegated to the National North, the gifted left-sided player could be a key man for manager John Eustace.

He said: “I went on trial at Hamburg around Christmas time. They had been looking at me for a while. They asked if I could come over for a trial match and Kidderminster said it was fine.

"It was a decent game for their under-23s and I did well but nothing came of it. I gave it my best shot but any interest from abroad is probably finished now.

"I came in over to Scotland the weekend and it's been decent. The training has been good and it's good to keep yourself ticking over ahead of the trial game.

"There is a chance of getting an opportunity at a club, whether it's in Scotland or England. I have a few trials lined up just now but you have to take every opportunity that comes your way.

"I was at Kidderminster Harriers last season in the Conference. It was a short-term deal that I then extended. It wasn't the greatest season. We got relegated at the end of it but it was good to get back playing."