MORECAMBE look to bounce back to winning ways on Saturday when they travel to Kidderminster in the Conference.

The Shrimps slipped to a shock defeat at Forest Green Rovers on Saturday, losing out to a spectacular goal from Bruno Teixeira at the Lawn.

And boss Jim Harvey is eager to put the loss down to one of the those days at the sort of venue where a win is always difficult.

"It's a difficult place to go and they didn't show a lot of ambition to win the match," says Harvey.

"They were desperate for the result having lost a few games and one bit of skill from their centre-forward earned them their three points."

The manager remains upbeat and adds: "It takes time for the league to settle down and you want to be at the right end of the table when that happens."

The game at Aggborough on an excellent playing surface - kicks off at 1pm to avoid a clash with the England international with Austria.

It is a game Morecambe can head into with confidence after Kidderminster's mixed start to life back in the Conference following their relegation from the Football League.

They have won just three of their opening 12 games.