Marc Goodfellow has joined up with the Harriers on loan from Burton Albion until the end of the season. The wideman has been with numerous clubs during his career after starting out at Stoke City.
While at City he scored the winning goal in a League Cup tie against Premiership side Charlton Athletic but he eventually left them to join Bristol City for a fee. He never really settled at Ashton Gate and went out on loan a fair few times before he eventually signed for Swansea City.
Even though he had been on loan there previously he didn't stay long once he joined them permanently and rarely featured for them. He does have the honour of scoring the first goal by a City player at their new stadium.
He eventually joined Burton but in his first week there he broke his arm in training and was out of the side for three months. Once back he became a regular for them and scored a handful of goals too. This season he has dropped down the order at the Pirelli and was sent out on loan to Barrow before joining us on loan in February 2010 until the end of the season.