Charlton boss Karl Robinson says he has made a decision on Nicky Ajose’s future.

The striker returned to the Addicks this week, with the club yet to officially end his season-long loan with Bury.

The Shakers don’t want to pay Ajose’s wages, which could present the striker with a chance to play for the Addicks again.

However, Robinson was coy over his Valley future.

He told News Shopper: “Bury didn't want him - they're still paying his wages I believe.

“He’s back training [with us] this week and maybe next week while we decide what the future is for him. That’s it really. He won’t play on Saturday.

“I’ve already made a decision [on his future] and he knows that.

“Remember all these players had an opportunity to stay at the beginning of the season. So decisions were made when my plate was clean and every slate was clean.

“People thought pastures new or the grass was greener. I’m honest with them - they know where they all stand.

“He has to work hard and people have to prove themselves to me now. Now there are bridges to be rebuilt and I’m not willing to help build them.

“Again from a humanistic perspective you have to show respect and I will show respect always. I do things in the heat of the moment but I’ll always apologise if I've disrespected somebody.”

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