VALLEY boss Chris Powell has admitted the Addicks will consider offers for striker Bradley Wright-Phillips during this month’s transfer window.

The 27-year-old has found starting opportunities limited in recent months, particularly during Rob Hulse’s loan spell from QPR.

And with Powell already on record as saying he would ideally like to bring Hulse back to The Valley, a move away from SE7 for Wright-Phillips could be on the cards, something the manager didn’t exactly deny when asked this lunchtime.

Powell said: “I’ve had no phone calls as yet from anyone.

“I know with Brad it is a tricky situation because he hasn’t played as much football as he would like.

“He obviously played a lot of games at the start of the season but I’ve had to change it around and lads have nicked some goals here and there – Yann, Ricardo and Danny Haynes.

“It has been unlucky for Brad but he is still here and I will use Brad but obviously if someone comes in and he feels it is right for him, and we all feel it is the right way to go, then we will look at it.

“Bradley will always score goals.

“He scores goals in training and it just hasn’t happened yet (in games) but there is still a chance for him to show his worth and prove his worth with us because he is in my squad.

“But obviously I will listen and talk to Brad, as I have done, and we will see where it goes.”

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