CHAIRMAN Colin Gordon insists Harriers will be sticking to their footballing principles when league leaders Salford City visit Aggborough this Saturday.

Kidderminster will be looking for another big three points to help consolidate a National League North play-off spot.

They were left frustrated last Saturday when their game at Alfreton Town became the latest to be postponed due to heavy snowfall.

However, the Aggborough chief is now looking forward to welcoming the pacesetters (3pm kick-off) and thinks the visitors will face a very different side to the one that lost 3-0 at Moor Lane five games into the current campaign.

He said: “It’s a high profile game now, especially given Salford’s media following.

“It’s a game that everyone is really looking forward to and it’s a chance for us to again test ourselves against one of the best sides in the league.

“I think they will face a different Harriers team to the one they beat earlier in the season as well.

“We were nowhere near ready at that stage and were still rebuilding after losing a few players. We’re very different now, “The one thing we’ll do on Saturday, and for as long as I’m at the club, is stick to our philosophy.

“We believe in playing the right way for the young players that we recruit and develop here.

“Our aim now is to finish as high as we possible can. The higher we finish, the less games we’ll play and the more chance we’ll have of playing at home. Our pitch really suits our style and that would be a massive positive.”

Meanwhile, Harriers are all set to complete a move for Worcester City goalkeeper Nathan Vaughan.

The stopper will come in to provide competition to regular number one Brandon Hall.

The Reds have moved to boost competition as Wolves loanee Jonathan Flatt returns to his parent club.

Gordon added: “Nathan comes in as a bit of cover and is experienced and very enthusiastic and will be good to have around the place.”

Harriers hope attacker Elton Ngwatala will be fit for the weekend and that England C representatives Ryan Croasdale and Fraser Horsfall return unscathed.

Croasdale was named skipper on Tuesday night as the Three Lions won 3-2 in a thrilling encounter with Wales.

Horsfall was also involved in the match which took place at Barry Town. Croasdale picked up 90 minutes on the night while Horsfall grabbed the first 72 minutes.