Kidderminster Harriers: Wins will come - Jared Hodgkiss

Jared Hodgkiss
Jared Hodgkiss began his career at West Brom

Kidderminster Harriers defender Jared Hodgkiss has "no doubt" the National League club will find their form after a winless start to the season.

Harriers' 1-0 defeat by Guiseley on Saturday was their second in a row but Hodgkiss, 28, insists they are playing better than their results suggest.

"I've told the lads not to let it affect them," Hodgkiss said.

"We've got 43 games left and we'll create chances and win games - I've got no doubt about that."

Harriers have endured severe financial difficulties over the past six months and are operating under a vastly-reduced budget this season.

Reasons to be cheerful: Harriers having a go
In their three National League games Harriers have had 27 shots on goal, with 15 on target, and forced 32 corners.

After drawing 2-2 with Grimsby Town in their opening match, Harriers have failed to take another point but Hodgkiss has seen enough to suggest things could change quickly.

"You start to worry when you don't create chances but we are and we've scored four goals in our first two games," Hodgkiss continued to BBC Hereford and Worcester.

"I'm not concerned one bit, you can't get disheartened.

"Young players can pick up vibes so it's vital we stay positive and go again in our next game."