James Constable has come to the Harriers for a two month long loan from local League two side Walsall. Originally with Southern League side Chippenham Town he signed for the Saddlers in November 2005 after scoring twenty two goals in thirty one games for his hometown club.
After a bright start at the Bescot last season he has struggled to re-find that form this season and has spent most of the time on the bench.
He'll be hoping to rectify that at Aggborough and we'll be hoping that he'll be doing us some good too by banging in the goals.
In fact he banged in so many, 9 in 12 games, that we signed him permanently on a 2½ year deal on January 31st 2007.
In the FA Trophy Final at Wembley James scored both the goals in our 3-2 defeat against Stevenage Borough. That made him the leading scorer in the competition with ten goals.
With hopes high the following season of even more goals it backfired slightly when he was sent off against Oxford Utd and also missed a few games through injury.
In a shocking move by the Harriers board he was sold to Shrewsbury Town in January 2008 for an undisclosed fee but thought to be well below his true value.