BOSS John Eustace has called for “a big reaction” when Kidderminster Harriers attempt to get back on track at home to York City tonight (7.45).

Despite three defeats in a row, two of them coming as a result of goals in the 90th minute or later, Harriers remain in the thick of the National North play-off picture.

Eustace was scathing about the latest setback, a last-ditch loss at relegation-haunted Gainsborough Trinity on Saturday.

But with an opportunity to quickly put right recent wrongs, he issued a rallying cry to his embattled Kidderminster troops.

Speaking after the Trinity clash, Eustace said: “I’m disappointed, very disappointed. That’s three defeats in a row and we are going to have to liven up quickly if we are thinking of getting into the play-offs.

“We have got a game on Tuesday and we really need a big reaction. Nobody is interested in performances, it’s results at the end of the day.

“I need the group in there to get together, as well as myself and the staff, and we need a positive result on Tuesday.”

Harriers have also rescheduled two postponed league fixtures.

Stockport County will visit Aggborough on Tuesday, April 10 and then travel to Spennymoor Town on Tuesday, April 17.