BOSS John Eustace called on Kidderminster Harriers to harness inspiration from their FA Cup exploits in tomorrow’s FA Trophy curtain raiser at Boston United (3pm).

Harriers, winners of non-league football’s premier cup competition in 1987, negotiated three rounds of the FA Cup to reach the first round proper.

Victory over league rivals Boston would see Kidderminster make the last 64, the stage which sees National League clubs enter the action.

"We're on quite a good run at the moment so hopefully we can keep it going," said Eustace. "We have a really tough game away at Boston and hopefully we can go hard again there.

"We're looking forward to it. We just had a good run in the FA Cup and it'd be nice to have a run in the Trophy but but we'll wait and see.

“It's a tough game so we'll go there and be competitive and see where that takes us."

Meanwhile, Dan Bradley will be out until the turn of the year after undergoing surgery on a persistent knee problem on Thursday.

Hereford will look to add to their FA Cup windfall with more prize money from their tie at Oxford City (3pm).

The Bulls face a side that plies its trade in National South for a place in the first round proper.

This weekend's winning clubs receive £5,000.