Mohamed Kallon boosted his chances of winning a move to Birmingham by scoring in a friendly on Wednesday.
The former Monaco forward is currently on trial at St Andrews as he looks to try and win a move to Birmingham.
Kallon is a free agent and he has been training with Birmingham for the past week, as Blues boss Steve Bruce weighs up a move for the 27-year-old.
The ex-Internazionale ace scored in the 6-0 rout of Kidderminster at the club's Wast Hills training ground.
The game also saw new boys Rafael Schmitz, Wilson Palacios and Borja Oubina all make their bows for the club.
Injury boostMeanwhile, Bruce has revealed that Daniel de ridder and Franck Queudrue could return to the fold for the next game after the international break against Bolton.
De Ridder has been struggling with an ankle injury, while Queudrue has been hampered by a groin complaint.
However, both players are making good progress with their fitness and could feature against Bolton on 15th September.
"De Ridder is not quite ready for the game but he has trained well the last few days," said Bruce.
"Same goes for Queudrue. He's had a lot of hard running put into him, which he's needed. Towards the end of the week they should be fine.
"So for our next game, against Bolton Wanderers, all being well we could have two or three people, likely to have an influence on the team this season, available."