JOHN Eustace says he felt Harriers deserved their late, late win over Boston United on Good Friday after refusing to give in at Aggborough.
Elton Ngwatala’s eighth goal of the season may have arrived at just the right time for the team, but the gaffer felt it was no more than his charges deserved.
The 1-0 win got Harriers back to winning ways after a frustrating night at Stalybridge on Tuesday, and was hard-earned after they downed a Boston United that boasted arguably the best recent defence in the division.
Speaking after the game, Eustace commented: “I’m absolutely delighted, the lads really stuck to the task well against a good team – Adam has them set up really well.
“They’re very well organised and he’s a very good manager with a lot of experience.
“It was difficult at times but I couldn’t be more pleased with how the lads kept at it and I think we got what we deserved in the end.”
With just three games left to play, Harriers remain in a strong position in the league table but, as ever, the determined and focused manager refused to be drawn on title of play-off possibilities or any events elsewhere.
“All we are worried about is ourselves,” he added.
“The most important thing today was to get a reaction after Tuesday night, which we did.
“Other teams don’t interest me really – all I care about is Kidderminster and watching this young team develop and progress, which they’re doing.
“Today was a really good performance.”
Harriers are next in action when they travel to Altrincham on Easter Monday (3pm.)