HARRIERS boss John Eustace is keen for his side to find their cutting edge away from Aggborough as they look to consolidate a National League North play-off place.

Kidderminster extended their unbeaten run to 17 games thanks to last Saturday's 3-0 victory over visitors Southport.

A clinical first half saw Emmanuel Sonupé, Fraser Horsfall and Joe Ironside all find the back of the net. The hosts then saw out the game in the second half to pick up another important three points.

The win followed on from last Tuesday night's 4-0 success over FC United of Manchester.

However, despite their fine run, away success has been hard to come by for the Reds. Eustace's men have not won on the road in their last eight attempts since beating Stockport County at the end of October.

The manager wants his players to find their clinical side when his side go to Curzon Ashton on Monday night.

He said: "It's all about being competitive and that is what we will look to do on Monday.

"It's about taking our chances away from home. I've been pleased with our away performances and the draws we picked up were also good results.

"It's not necessarily about turning those into wins it's just about being competitive away but then being a little more clinical.

"Curzon Ashton will be another tough test for us. Every game is difficult at this level and that game will be no different."

On the Southport win, he added: "It was really pleasing and we just carried on where we left off on Tuesday night. The chances came and we took them.

"It was also nice to have a clean sheet because we were under a little bit of pressure in the second half."

Forward Ironside netted his second goal in as many games to take his tally for the season to 17.

"Joe has been in good form recently and has been great all season," added Eustace. "He's an important player for us and we're lucky to have him."

Attackers Liam Truslove and Dan Bradley both missed the Southport success with injury and are again a doubt for Monday night.

Eustace said: "It's a shame for them because they have both come back from long-term injuries and were just getting up to speed again.

"They want to be involved and have been pushing themselves and have just picked up a couple of smaller issues.

"We have got a small squad, especially when we pick up a few injuries, but we have worked with that number all season."