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Taylor confident in Harriers
Taylor: Believes in the squad

Kidderminster Harriers' veteran striker Bob Taylor believes the Conference club can do good things when the new season gets underway.

Taylor, now 39 years of age, is on trial at Harriers and had a short run out in their goalless friendly draw with West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.

Taylor has played in the Conference with Tamworth and told Kidderminster's official website: "If Harriers keep playing the way they can they'll do well next season.

"There's enough quality in the squad and they are playing well together."

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