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Peniket: Kidderminster can climb up the table
9:10am Saturday 15th September 2012 in Sport By Steve Carley - Midlands Sports Journalist of the Year 2013, @stevecarleyWN
ON-LOAN Fulham striker Richard Peniket believes it is only a matter of time before Kidderminster Harriers break their Blue Square Bet Premier victory duck.
The Aggborough outfit are winless in eight matches heading into today’s home clash against Grimsby Town (3pm).
Peniket’s arrival from Craven Cottage until January has coincided with Harriers going three games unbeaten, the latest being last Saturday’s 2-2 draw against Southport.
The 19-year-old, still looking for his first goal in a Harriers shirt, also reckons Steve Burr’s team are capable of climbing away from the bottom of table.
He said: “We’re unbeaten in three now and it is looking better. I still think the side can go on to get a few wins, it is just a case of getting that first win out of the way and getting some results from there.
“This side is definitely not a bottom of the table side, we have just got to keep plugging away and those results will come if we believe.
“In the dressing room last Saturday we were gutted with a draw because everyone wants to win.”
Meanwhile, fellow forward Steve Guinan has been named as Great Britian assistant coach for the World University Games in Russia next year.
The 36-year-old currently combines being the senior academy manager at Hartpury College with his Aggborough duties.