HEREFORD manager Josh Gowling says that things are starting to click after watching his side come back from a goal down to beat Kidderminster Harriers 3-1.

James McQuilkin pulled back an early Kiddy opener before goals from Chris Camwell and Lenell John-Lewis sealed the points.

“I’m delighted with the score-line but not the performance,” said Gowling.

“I think we need to be better in the first half on the ball and we lost that midfield battle which is key to getting a foothold in the game and I don’t think we did that well enough.

“Once we scored the equaliser we were in the ascendancy and came out in the second half and getting the goal killed the goal off a bit for us.

“We’ve got lads who are technically gifted but performance wise we’ve been the same. Although we won 3-1 against second in the league we’ve probably played better on the ball but I think everything is starting to click now.

“The things I’m asking them to do they are implementing well. It’s coming together.”

The Bulls went behind through an eighth minute Luke Maxwell goal after Brandon Hall palmed a cross down into his path.

“I think that’s obstruction, just the way they get around the goalkeeper to not let him move,” added Gowling.

“We had one in the second half and he blew straight away for a free-kick so it’s a bit bizarre. But the lads kept going and nothing changed.

“When they scored they were on top and deserved to score but then we got the equaliser and then we started to get a foothold in the game.

Kidderminster were reduced to 10 men after Amari Morgan-Smith was given a straight red card for a foul on Brandon Hall.

“It changes the mentality as when a team goes down to 10 men sometimes they work harder,” added Gowling.

“When we came in at half-time the biggest thing was beating their work-rate. With them having 10 men if we did that we knew we’d win the game.

“The sending off is one of them. Amari has got to go for it but Brandon has come and got it and he’s gone through him.

“I know Amari well and he’s a good lad who wouldn’t have meant anything malicious. It’s unfortunate.”

Chris Camwell’s 49th minute strike put the Bulls in the driving seat against their 10-man opposition.

“I thought it was going out for a goal kick to be honest,” added Gowling.

“Because the goalkeeper didn’t move, I didn’t think it was going in. It’s an unbelievable strike but he has got that technique, so it definitely wasn’t a fluke.