WEST Ham manager David Moyes accepts that his side will be in for a "tough game" on Saturday when his Premier League stars head to Aggborough for their fourth-round FA Cup tie with Kidderminster Harriers.

The Hammers' boss has had his coaches at four of Kiddy's games in recent weeks and his first-team coach Stuart Pearce watched the 3-0 win over Leamington on Tuesday night.

"Kidderminster have done very well from what we have seen, they conceded very few goals," Moyes told the Worcester News/Kidderminster Shuttle. 

"They have momentum in their league, getting in a position to get promoted which is what I would assume is there big thing this season, league football is number one.

"But having a cup draw, the monetary side is big for them. I know what it's like to be down there so I understand how much it will mean to all of them in that sense. 

"They have a good side, with some interesting players and their manager looks as if he does his work and gets his teams well prepared.

"So we will know we will have to be ready for what looks set to be a tough game."

You can follow the game live on the Worcester News website this afternoon.