In their last match Harriers looked set to gain all the points after being 3-1 up with 15 minutes to go but they went down to ten men and conceded twice to only take a point from the match against Darlington, writes Tom Feaheny.
“We have played very well in the last match but we’ve got to be more clinical and need to defend as if lives depend on it. We want to win games and it has got to mean everything to the group," Eustace told the club's website.
“At the moment I don’t think we are doing enough to see games out and it is something we have got to keep working on."
Eustace said that the experience levels of the side can't be used as an excuse.
“Age doesn’t make a difference now; these boys have got to realise that it’s their livelihoods and that it means everything.
“We’ll be working on it even harder on that and we need to turn draws into wins.”
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