Morgan Fox is up for the fight at Rotherham after admitting it was difficult to get motivated.

Harry Lennon’s 30th minute goal was not enough to give the Addicks a much-needed win against Blackburn on the weekend as Jordan Rhodes equalised just before half-time.

Charlton play Rotherham on Saturday in a relegation six-pointer and the 22-year-old left-back wants to come away with three points.

Fox said: “It’s been difficult to get motivated - especially when you’re losing 5-0 and 6-0 but against Blackburn, we’ve shown that we can bounce back from it.

“It was a good point and now we want to build on it by getting all three at Rotherham.

“It’s a massive game, they all are, but we’re going to go in fighting and hopefully take a few fans with us so they can get behind us again.

“We realise where we are and the boys are willing to put in the work.”

The Addicks are winless in 12 games and remain four points from safety.

There was a mass post-match protest where around 2,000 fans gathered outside the West Stand to express their discontent with owner Roland Duchatelet.

However, Fox praised the supporters for getting behind the team during the game.

He added: “I thought we had great support, you know, they just really get behind us. They really do, like [Johnnie] Jackson said in the week, become our twelfth man. It’s brilliant to hear it.

“I haven't seen anything - I’ve just been in the changing room but it is what it is [the protest].

“We just focus on what we’re doing in training and on the pitch and getting our wins.”

Despite speculation surrounding Tony Watt’s future, he made his first appearance for Charlton since early November - after being loaned to Cardiff.

The former Celtic ace looked lively throughout the game and his teammates want him to stay at the Valley.

Fox said: “You can see his quality out there and while he’s here, we’ll definitely use him.

“I don’t know what the situation is with him but I thought he was brilliant for us today.

“Of course, we want a player like Tony in our team.”