KEITH Lowe says he must choose between his head and his heart as he decides who to play for next season.

The centre back is still mulling over the deal offered to him by Kidderminster Harriers at the end of the season.

The 30-year-old admits there has been interest in his services, with clubs from the Vanarama National League keen to sign.

Lowe returned for a second spell at Aggborough in January after leaving York and added much-needed experience at the back.

While Harriers were relegated to the National North, he was one of a host of new signings who helped the team rally from a disastrous situation and ended the season respectably.

Lowe said: "At this stage I am taking my time to make a decision.

"I have spoken to the manager and Colin Gordon but there have been clubs from the National League who are interested.

"When I joined Harriers I dropped out of the Football League and it will be difficult going down another level again.

"I love Kidderminster Harriers but it's a choice between my head and my heart.

"Is it playing a level below at a club which I know and love, or I do join a National League side which has with more travelling involved?"

Kidderminster are also waiting to hear back from Omari Patrick, Jared Hodgkiss and James McQuilkin over new deals.

Centre back Kelvin Langmead, who spent all of last season at Aggborough on loan, has been released by Ebbsfleet United.

Lowe believes the young guns who helped the Reds end the season so strongly will learn from the experience.

Arthur Gnahoua, Ousmane Fane, Tyrone Williams, Elton Ngwatala and Dan Sweeney helped Kidderminster pick up 26 points from 18 games.

Unfortunately, the damage had been done after a poor first half of the season and they finished second from bottom.

"It's not easy coming into a team low on confidence but they made a big impact," added Lowe.

"We won three games in a row and injected some self-belief.

"We ended the season well and despite it not being enough to keep Kidderminster up, it was an experience that will help them improve."