HARRIER boss Steve Burr hailed Saturday's win over Mansfield Town as the best performance of the season.

The Aggborough outfit bounced back from their mid-week 5-2 loss at Fleetwood with a flowing attacking display at Field Mill.

Goals for Kyle Storer, Nick Wright and Lee Vaughan made sure Harriers ended Mansfield's eight-game unbeaten run in the Blue Square Bet Premier.

"That was the best we have played this season, some of our football with the movement and goals was what I had been looking for," commented a delighted Burr.

"We made a few changes, some of them forced, but the lads who have came in have done very well and I am really pleased.

"Playing Mansfield on the back of the good form they have had, I looked at this being a very tough game.

"I think we showed our movement and when we play like that there's not many who can live with us.

"We could have won by a greater margin but all round I was very pleased with our display, when we had to defend we put our bodies on the line.

"We've had had some really excellent chances to add more but to come to Mansfield and win 3-0 and keep a clean sheet is really pleasing."

Harriers' manager had made six changes to the starting line-up, drafting in Tom Sharpe, Callum Gittings, Jack Byrne, Jamille Matt, Wright and Luke Medley and Burr was delighted by the response of his players.

He added: "We changed the side to improve what we didn't do at Fleetwood and we got a great response.

"There was one or two who didn't play but it's not a team, it's a squad and we picked the side we felt could win."

Meanwhile, newly-signed striker Tommy Wright may be available for Tuesday's home clash against Grimsby Town (7.45pm kick-off) after his wife gave birth to a baby girl on Friday night.