Karl Robinson could call on Arsenal legend Ian Wright to boost Charlton’s misfiring strikers.

The Valley boss had Wright as part of his backroom team at MK Dons.

Now he may turn to the former England and Crystal Palace striker again to help his forwards Josh Magennis and Leon Best.

Woolwich-born Wright, 54, knows Charlton well after his son Bradley Wright-Phillips was a major part of the Addicks’ League One title-winning squad in 2012.

Robinson told News Shopper: “Let me tell you, if it’s going to help my players, he’ll definitely do it.

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“He’s got a very busy schedule, he’s a workaholic. He’s got an amazing family who he doesn't see enough anyway.

“But he’s got very fond memories of Charlton Athletic because of Bradley’s time here.

“When Bradley was here, he loved playing for Charlton so it’s certainly something he [Wright] looks back on very fondly.”

Wright, who scored 185 goals for Arsenal, retired 17 years ago.

He worked as a first-team coach under Robinson for just one season before leaving in 2013.

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And the pair still keep in touch.

Robinson added: “Wrighty was my first-team coach at MK Dons. He’s a personal, good friend of mine.

“He’s someone who I speak to most weeks, and is one of the nicest people I’ve met in my life.”