The 21-year-old rose through the ranks at Stoke City as a youngster, earning professional contract as a teenager four years ago.
He made his competitive debut for Stoke with a handful of appearances in the Checkatrade Trophy. He also spent time out on loan at League 1 side Rochdale.
Despite being named the player of the year for Stoke’s under-21 side last term, the Birmingham-born left-back was released by the Premier League club in the summer.
He has been training with the Harriers squad this week and has signed a short-term deal to become back of John Eustace’s set-up.
He’ll be available for tomorrow’s trip to FC United of Manchester.