JOHN Eustace has called for another positive showing when Harriers take on strugglers Gainsborough Trinity this Saturday.

Kidderminster will go to the second-from-bottom side looking to return to winning ways following back-to-back defeats against Harrogate and Darlington.

They have again had to wait for the chance to recover from those losses after last Saturday's game at home to York fell victim to the heavy snowfall. That clash will now take place at Aggborough next Tuesday night (7.45pm kick-off).

First their attention turns to a tough trip to Trinity.

The Reds had to be patient when the side's met in December. They eventually ran out 3-0 winners but had to wait until the second half to break down their opponents thanks to goals from Joe Ironside, Fraser Horsfall and Declan Weeks.

Eustace wants his side to quickly get on the front-foot again this weekend.

The manager said: "It'll be a tough game again, like all of the games in this league.

"They have a new manager and will be fighting in every game so we will have to be ready for that.

"We want to be as competitive as we can be.

"It's about going there and being really positive again and that's what we're looking to do."

The York postponement does mean that sixth-placed Harriers will face an extra mid-week game as they look to consolidate a National League North play-off spot.

However, the boss isn't too concerned that his small squad will be exposed by a busy run-in.

He added: "We do operate with a small squad but it's something we've had to manage all season and we'll just have to carry on doing that.

"It can be tricky at times but hopefully we can get a few of the injured lads back and not pick up too many other knocks. If we can do that then we should be fine."

The Reds have no new injury concerns ahead of the weekend but will still be without defenders Jimmy O'Connor and Joel Taylor. Goalkeeper Brandon Hall is nearing fitness and will be assessed before Saturday.