KIDDERMINSTER Harriers will pay tribute to tragic Arthur Labinjo-Hughes at their FA Cup clash this afternoon.

The club has asked fans to join them in a minute applause before the 4pm kick-off against FC Halifax in tribute to the youngster.

Harriers will join clubs including Birmingham City, West Bromwich Albion and Wolves who paid touching tribute to the six-year-old at matches yesterday.

The club wrote on Facebook: “We ask all fans Sunday's game to join us as we celebrate one very special, young life, and one so sadly lost, with a minute's applause prior to kick off.

“We love you, Arthur - and on Sunday, Aggborough will prove it.”

It comes as fans and clubs across the country aimed to show an outpouring of love for the youngster, who was killed by his stepmother and father following horrific abuse.

This week Emma Tustin was jailed for 29 years for murder and child cruelty and Thomas Hughes received 21 years for manslaughter.

Meanwhile the government has announced a major review into the circumstances which led to his murder.