KIDDERMINSTER boss John Pemberton has challenged his side to put a run of wins together as they head into the busy winter period.

Harriers again had a blank weekend as their clash with King's Lynn fell victim to the wet weather on Saturday.

However, they now face three games in under a week. Two tough away trip will be followed by the rearranged King's Lynn clash next Tuesday.

Reds were due to go to Darlington on Wednesday night before making the journey to York this Saturday.

Pemberton said: "We had a blank few weeks recently and I felt like we needed the break at the time. I think it did us some good and we got a really good result against Farsley last week.

"It was frustrating that we couldn't play at the weekend to try and build on that so it's going to be good to get back at it this week.

"We now head into a busy period with the games coming think and fast, so we need to get a run going again if we can.

"We have added a few players so the squad is in a better position to deal with more games now, even though I would still like to add one or two more if possible.

"Ashley Hemmings did well against Farsley and Brandon Diau has been training well with us and offers us that focal point up front if needed. It does mean we can rest a few if we think they need it."

The boss also praised the performance of Richard Peniket against Farsley, adding: "The season was a little bit stop-start for him early on because he didn't quite finish off pre-season after picking up an injury.

"But when he's really at it there are not many better than him in the role he plays for us. He is a real handful and can be unplayable at times.

"If there was one thing we'd improve it would be to get a few more goals from him, but that's something we're working on.

"He was really good against Farsley and can hopefully build on that."

Kidderminster's game against King's Lynn has been rearranged to next Tuesday (November 5). The game will be free for members of the armed service as it's the last game at Aggborough before Remembrance Sunday.