DOM Knowles has joined Kidderminster Harriers on loan until the end of the season.
Dominic joined the Brewers after an eye catching season in the Conference North in 2012-13 where he scored goals aplenty for firstly Gainsborough Trinity and then Harrogate Tow
Originally on the books of Burnley, Dominic rose through the youth ranks to sign professionally for the Clarets in the summer of 2010.
Although on the fringes of making his first team debut Dominic left Turf Moor in the summer of 2012 and after trials with Stevenage and York City eventually settled at Gainsborough scoring an impressive ten goals before Christmas for the Northolme club.
With the Brewers trailing the young striker a move another Conference North side, Harrogate Town yielded a further ten goals in fourteen games persuading Gary Rowett to make his move and offer Dominic the chance to prove himself in the Football League.
The young striker was used predominantly from the bench last season and grabbed his first Football League goals with a brace against Cheltenham Town in January that helped overturn a 1-0 deficit and secure three points for the club.
There is however an interesting fact about Dom. The Brewers have never lost a game in which he has scored in (4). His last goal came in the Capital One Cup at home to Wigan Athletic.