Charlton beat Bury to regain a top-six spot on Saturday.

Mark Marshall’s second-half goal made it back-to-back league wins for the Addicks.

Here are five things we learned…

Josh Magennis is the new scapegoat

It was Karlan Ahearne-Grant at the start of the season and now it’s Magennis.

The Northern Ireland striker hasn't scored in 13 games and missed two glorious chances on Saturday - he’s obviously going through a rough patch.

Magennis is Charlton’s only senior striker and hasn't had a proper rest in nearly six months. So who can really blame him for losing form? The fans should be supporting him.

Charlton need to sign another striker to compete with Magennis - and if Roland Duchatelet isn't going to spend any more money - then recall Nicky Ajose from his Bury loan.

Karl Robinson is working miracles

The Charlton boss has had to fight against an injury crisis for most of the season and hasn't been able to spend a penny in the January transfer window.

But the Addicks are in the top six and a point clear of seventh-placed Portsmouth.

A lot of managers would’ve crumbled under such constraints, but Robinson has remained calm and composed to ensure Charlton are still promotion contenders.

The incoming owners must keep him in charge.

Joe Aribo continues to star

Aribo was Charlton’s best performer in a bleak Christmas period - and he’s continued to shine in 2018.

The midfielder is only 21 but shows so much maturity on the pitch. His assist for Marshall’s goal once again proved how good he is going to be.

Aribo’s first-team place will be under threat with Jake Forster-Caskey nearing a return to full fitness, however, he deserves to start week in, week out at the moment.

And if that means Forster-Caskey, who was so crucial to Charlton’s midfield in the first half of the season, has to bide his time then so be it.

Mark Marshall can kickstart his Charlton career

He was one of the most exciting signings for the Addicks in the summer after his stunning season with Bradford, the club he helped reach the play-off final.

But the aftermath of a serious knee injury clearly affected his form when he started to get a run in the team in November.

And after an inconsistent two months, Marshall put in his best display in a Charlton shirt at Gigg Lane. He got his first league goal for the club and was a constant menace on the right.

Hopefully he’ll show his true form from now on.

Charlton have the chance to go on a winning run

The Addicks take on Walsall, Blackpool, Oxford and Doncaster in their next four league games. It presents them with a golden opportunity to cement a play-off spot and close the 11-point gap on second-placed Shrewsbury.

Charlton have dropped points against lesser opposition too often this season, so now, you’d hope they’ve learned from their mistakes.