A STRIKER and goalkeeper top the transfer wishlist of new Kidderminster boss John Pemberton.

Harriers added former Aston Villa youngster Alex Prosser to their ranks last week and have also brought in defender Cliff Moyo and striker Richard Peniket.

Ed Williams, Declan Week, Tom Palmer, Milan Butterfield, Ash Chambers, Sam Austin, Ryan Johnson, Harry Higginson and Jimmy O'Connor have all committed from last season's squad.

Academy graduates Jaiden White and Reiss Taylor-Randle have also been added to the first-team squad.

However, the boss says he's keen to add a goalkeeper and striker to the ranks ahead of the new National League North campaign.

Pemberton said: "We have a few irons in the fire but it's not as easy as that. We are trying to attract the right kind of player for us and players that are going to improve what we already have.

"It's not frustrating for me because I know what we have to work with and it's just a case of being patient and waiting to get the right people for us.

"We will be having a look a trialists in our pre-season friendlies and looking to explore the loan market as well.

"I have a meeting at the weekend with a Premier League club and it's about trying to convince them that Kidderminster is the best place for them to send their best young players.

"We have been inundated by senior professionals who are not the right age for us. I know you need experience but I also like the idea of a young, dynamic side and that's what we want to work towards.

"We want another goalkeeper at the club but I also need a striker, especially with Joe Ironside leaving. Those are two positions we are looking at."

Harriers will play their first pre-season friendly on July 10 when Aston Villa visit Aggborough and are already busy working on the training pitch with the new boss.

He added: "We've had a good few days already and the players have been working really hard.

"There is work still to be done but it's also about getting our ideas across to them about ho we want to play and what we expect.

"We have a lot of friendly game coming up and I'll be using them to give everyone as much game time as possible.

"It's nice to do well but it's more important that these games serve their purpose and get us ready for the start of the season."