NEIL MacFarlane hailed Kidderminster’s win at Leamington as their most complete performance of the season so far.

Harriers cut the game to early pacesetters Chorley to just a point after victory over the Brakes on Tuesday night.

Reds won 4-0 with Dan Bradley, Declan Weeks, Ashley Chambers and Lee Vaughan all on target. That followed last Saturday’s goalless stalemate at Guiseley.

MacFarlane said: “I was absolutely thrilled for the boys. All the hard work we have put in since the start of the season came to fruition.

“It was a really complete performance from us and we passed the ball around incredibly at times.

“Another pleasing aspect is our overall away form. We are at the top of the form table away from home because we have the right mindset and we go out to always win games and have the ability to go with it.

“We have shown that attitude from day one and that is a real credit to everyone.

“We have set the bar high but if we can now keep that consistency and keep making our own place a difficult place for teams then that is a really good recipe for us.”

Harriers will now take on basement boys Southport at Aggborough this Saturday (3pm kick-off) and will be keen to avoid a repeat of their loss to FC United of Manchester that saw the then bottom-placed side leave with all three points.

“It’s my job to make sure we keep pushing now,” said the manager. “We will prepare properly as we always do.

“We have been off it at times this season but that has only happened twice and we can keep learning.”

MacFarlane was also pleased to see Ash Chambers back among the goals, adding: “Along with Dan Bradley, Joe Ironside and Kane Williams, he has done well for the team and worked really hard for us.

“Those forwards really do set the tone for us.

“We also have had two clean sheets in the last two games, which is a massive positive, as well as Ed Williams as the league’s top scorer, so everything is going well at the moment and we need to try and maintain that.”

The boss has no major injury issues but midfielder Weeks will be assessed ahead of the weekend after picking up a late knock at Leamington.