STOURBRIDGE have bolstered their forward options with the arrival of Gurjit Singh on loan from Kidderminster Harriers.

The exciting forward has signed on a one month loan deal with the Glassboys.

Singh joined Harriers in March last year after impressing at Tipton Town.

He’d previously played for Smethwick earlier in the 2014/15 season where he fired in 20 goals in the first half the campaign.

A regular feature at the start of this campaign, the hit-man has struggled for form and fitness since suffering an injury back in September.

He now offers manager Gary Hackett more competition in the forward area to complement Karl Hawley, Justin Richards and Ashley Vincent.

Harriers chief executive Colin Gordon said: “Gurj needs to get football and to get goals.

“We need him around and to be flying and fully-fit for the run-in we’ve got.

“He’s not been able to nail down a place since his injury and Gary Hackett at Stourbridge is a big fan of his."