Blue Square Bet
Published 13th July 2011
....of non-League football's hottest properties, midfielder Kyle Storer on a two-year deal.
The former Tamworth ace officially joins from Nuneaton Town where he was skipper and top scorer last season, netting sixteen times from midfield as the Liberty Way outfit reached the Blue Square North play-offs.
The 24-year-old has made more than 100 appearances there in a little over two seasons having joined from Atherstone United in 2009.
Harriers are to pay an initial fee to Nuneaton for the player's signature. Although Town have requested a clause be inserted within the transfer agreement to prevent the public announcement of the sum involved, chairman Mark Serrell has confirmed that one fee is to be paid up front with the potential for future payments based on incentives during the next two seasons.
Storer becomes a Harrier ahead of the 2011/12 campaign with the club having beaten off the attentions of a number of other Blue Square Bet Premier club's for his services.
A former Hinckley United man, the influential, combative player also has Conference Premier experience following a lengthy stay at The Lamb in which he once again featured 100-plus times.
"It has taken a while to sort out but we're really pleased to have got Kyle on board," said boss Steve Burr.
"We talk about players being money-motivated and always chasing the big pay packets and that sort of thing.
"But I can tell you for certain there were at least two clubs in this division who were prepared to offer all sorts to get him so we're delighted he's stuck to his guns in wanting to come to Kidderminster.”