Charlton boss Karl Robinson has urged the club to sign more players after missing out on early transfer targets.

Addicks owner Roland Duchatelet is looking to sell the club, which has led to uncertainty surrounding the January transfer window.

Charlton beat Oldham 1-0 today to win for the first time in nine league matches - but Robinson still wants more after adding Stephy Mavididi to his squad on Wednesday.

He said: “The week’s not ended on a good note because I’m not coming to you with players that we’re signing.

“We’re Charlton Athletic. We’ve got to bring in players in this window to be competitive. Everyone’s listening, this is a great club.

“There are some great players we can bring in, we’ve missed out on one or two already because of this. I’m a little bit frustrated. I apologise if I seem down after the game but we still need more. The players need more help.

“I’ve not spoken to anyone [since Thursday]. We’re all doing four different jobs at the moment. I bet [Oldham manager] Richie [Wellens] is in a ten times worse position than me.

“You're coming in at 8am and not leaving until 9pm. I met four agents last night - it’s just relentless at the moment. And where that wasn't your role, it is now.

“I’ll go as far as it takes to make this football club successful. While we have people who aren't in certain positions, we have to stand up as staff and be counted. We’re willing to do the right things for the football club.

“Everyone who’s phoned me up, I’ve told them we’re not trading at the moment.”

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