SUMMER signing Wayne Graves is closer to a full debut after an injury-ravaged start to life with Kidderminster Harriers.

The midfielder has been held back by hamstring and knee trouble but enjoyed a reserve run-out in Harriers' 5-3 victory at Tamworth on Tuesday.

Former Scunthorpe player Graves, 24, may have a chance of being involved at some stage in Saturday's visit to leaders Grays Athletic, according to manager Stuart Watkiss.

"Wayne has looked decent in training. He could be vying for at least a place on the bench," said Watkiss.

Striker Gareth Sheldon enhanced his first team prospects with four goals at Tamworth, while Lee Thompson netted once.