KIDDERMINSTER Harriers have signed two new players on non-league transfer deadline day.

Former England youth international Emmanuel Sonupe, a 21-year-old winger, joins the National League North promotion chasers on loan for the rest of the season from League One side Northampton Town.

Versatile defender Josh Webb, also 21, signs subject to international clearance having left Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock.

London-born Sonupe, who featured for England under 16s and 18s, started his career with Tottenham Hotspur and played for St Mirren on loan.

He has figured in four games for Northampton this season, including two starts in the Checkatrade Trophy and a substitute appearance in the league.

Halesowen-born Webb also played for England youth, turning out for the under 17s and 18s.

He started his career at Aston Villa and made two Scottish League Cup starts as well as one Premiership substitute appearance for Kilmarnock.

Teenage keeper Tom Palmer and experienced centre-half Wayne Thomas have joined Stourport Swifts and Stratford Town respectively on loan.

Ex-Worcester City defender Thomas will continue to work with Harriers' under 19s and academy players.