On-loan striker refusing to give up on the play-off chase with Harriers…
By Matty Paddock - 26/03/2019
Posted 11 months ago
ON-LOAN striker Kwame Thomas admits he’s still hoping to help fire Harriers towards a successful end to the season.
The former England U20 International made his first start for the club in the defeat to Brackley.
That was the second appearance for the 23-year-old in a Harriers shirt, who is with us on loan from National League side Solihull Moors.
Thomas admits he’s quickly settled to life at Aggborough under management he knows well and is keen to regain his match sharpness quickly with the final half-dozen games of the season approaching.
“The lads have made me feel welcome and I know the management from my time last season at Solihull,” said the ex-Derby County man.
“It is a great changing room so, hopefully, we can transform that on to the pitch in the coming games and get into the play-offs.
“I need game time and I wasn’t getting games.
“….we still have points to play for.” Kwame Thomas
“In parts I felt like I was blowing a bit on Saturday, but I’ll be better for it in the coming games!
“Hopefully I’ll be sharper, fire in some goals and get us into the play-offs – that’s the ultimate goal.”
Defeat last time out means Harriers have the odds stacked against them to clinch a play-off place.
The squad won’t be giving up until that goal is out of reach, however, and Thomas insists a positive mentality is a must.
He added: “I think there’s six games left of the season now and we still have points to play for.
“At the end of the day, if we win six games then we’ll probably be in the play-offs.
“That’s the kind of mindset we’ve got to go into the next six games with.”
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