REECE Styche is set to return for Kidderminster Harriers tomorrow as they aim to keep up the pressure on the Vanarama Conference play-off places.

The striker, who was sent on loan to Tamworth for two months to ease Harriers’ financial concerns, could get the nod for the trip to Altrincham (3pm).

Nathan Blissett has been sold to Bristol Rovers, while Michael Gash is still on loan at Nuneaton, leaving manager Gary Whild with teenager Reece Hales and Craig Reid.

Yet despite the ongoing cash crisis at Aggborough which has also seen Chey Dunkley join Oxford United, Harriers have recorded some impressive results.

Tuesday’s 1-1 home draw against Wrexham came hot on the heels of last Saturday’s 2-0 victory at title-chasing Grimsby and 1-1 draw at fellow promotion hopefuls Bristol Rovers.

Whild’s side go to Altrincham two points adrift of the top five seeking to extend their unbeaten run to four matches.

The Kidderminster boss, who is hopeful of extending midfielder Matt Robinson’s loan from Luton, might also look to bolster his squad from the lower reaches of non-league.

It is a policy that has worked for Harriers in the past following the acquisitions of Jamille Matt and Joe Lolley.

Whild said: “It’s obvious that what we need to do is what we’ve done before, which is look at lads from lower down where the wage demands are not excessive and give them a chance.

“Hopefully I will get it right with one or two.”

He added: “Hopefully we’ll have Reece Styche back from his loan at Tamworth and he’s done well there.

“We are hoping to tie Matt up. Verbally things have been agreed.”