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Kerry open to staying with Harriers

Kidderminster Harriers loan midfielder Lloyd Kerry could have a long-term future at Aggborough after accepting that his days are numbered at parent club Chesterfield.

Kerry open to staying with Harriers

Kidderminster Harriers loan midfielder Lloyd Kerry could have a long-term future at Aggborough after accepting that his days are numbered at parent club Chesterfield.

The 21-year-old is highly likely to be on the move from Saltergate when his contract is up in the summer, having yet to play a game for the League Two club this season.

Kerry has fallen out of favour with Spireites boss John Sheridan, who took over last July, and came to Harriers desperate for first-team football.

Manager Steve Burr obviously rates him, having previously tried to sign the player for Stalybridge when the midfielder was a youngster at Sheffield United.

But the Harriers boss only named Kerry on the bench for two games over the Easter weekend, although the youngster could still get a chance to impress in Thursday's trip to Barrow and Saturday's game at Gateshead.

And the player himself is keeping an open mind on where to go for next season throughout his time at Aggborough.

He said: "I'm obviously not in the manager's plans at Chesterfield. Quite often someone will come in like that and want to bring in their own ideas and their own players, so I've had a bit of a frustrating season of it there really.

"Moving on has definitely helped me, because there is only so much reserve team football you can play.

"The gaffer here obviously rates me and that, along with coming into a dressing room where somebody knows you, certainly makes it easier.

"I want to try and get some games, get some goals and help the club - as well as putting myself in good stead for next season."

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