Karl Robinson believes Charlton should have beaten Plymouth today.

The Addicks had 10 shots on the Pilgrims’ goal in a first-half which they dominated. But Jake Jervis’ brace inflicted a first defeat of the season on Robinson’s men.

Magennis hit the crossbar and missed two golden chances, while Jake Forster-Caskey had a volley cleared off the line.

Robinson said: “We should’ve won, we should've been out of sight in the first-half. We were excellent in the first-half, the way we moved the ball, the way we rotated, the chances we created. It’s ok playing nice football but you’ve got to have an end product.

“And we’ve got that, but we missed too many chances. We knew the only way they were going to score would be a set-piece - we spoke about it all week.

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“They're a massive physical team, and the corner that we switched off on, we were punished.

“That’s the disappointing thing, we switched off and they scored. That’s how clear it is. You can’t question the desire, the support, you can’t question any of that. We just didn't take our chances.

“Don’t forget, they’ve had one guy score two goals and the man of the match was their goalkeeper. That to me says an awful lot about it. I can’t criticise anyone, we just need to look at ourselves. Fair play to Plymouth, they took their chances and we didn’t.”

Robinson spoke further about his desire to bring in another striker to rival Josh Magennis and Lee Novak.

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Nicky Ajose, Igor Vetokele and Tony Watt have left the club this summer, and the Liverpudlian wants to replace them with a top quality frontman.

Robinson added: “We’re looking to bring in a striker to bring in competitiveness. Josh is a top player, we've got Ricky [Holmes], Tariqe [Fosu], we’ve got some really good offensive players.

“But you don't always have a day where everything goes in, and when those days aren't there, it would be great if you could have someone that we can change, a proper goalscorer that really makes the difference, that we build on our team.”