KIDDERMINSTER manager John Eustace spoke of his pride after his side's derby win over Telford United.

Harriers won 2-0 at Aggborough thanks to goals from Andre Brown and Andre Wright.

Eustace said: "I thought we were excellent today. We put lots of effort in and the result is the right result and I was really proud of the performance.

"I thought all 11 players were excellent and there were two or three who came in who haven't played many games. We are down to the bare bones so I'm so proud of the effort of the whole group.

"You can see everyone in the squad is together and whoever comes in, whoever isn't playing, they all want to do well for the team."

On potential January squad strengthening, he added: "If the right player is there, of course we want to strengthen.

"As we have seen, we started the season not as we would have wanted because we couldn't get the right players. We want good footballing players here and they're very tough to get.

"This group is getting stronger and better so if we were going to improve the team they would have to be a very good player."