Charlton boss Karl Robinson could hand Michal Zyro a full debut against Blackpool tomorrow.

The Addicks signed Zyro on loan from Wolves until the end of the season on Monday to boost their attacking options.

The Poland striker’s arrival will ease the pressure on Josh Magennis, who hasn’t scored in 14 games.

Zyro, who has played just twice in 21 months due to a serious knee injury, is fit enough to start at Bloomfield Road.

Robinson said: “He’ll definitely be in the matchday squad.

“He trained really well on Tuesday and he certainly looks in good shape. I’ll make that decision today if I go with him [from the start] or not.

“He’s quick, he’s over 6ft and is powerful. For a big guy, he’s got a good touch. I remember watching him and he was flying before his injury.

“You only have to read social media to see what the Wolves fans think of him.

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“We’re hoping he gets back to his best here. You’d like to think he can have more of an influence in League One.”

Zyro, 25, scored three goals in seven league appearances for Wolves before shattering his knee in April 2016.

But since making his first-team return last August, he has been restricted to just two cup games under boss Nuno Espirito Santo.

He has faced the same fate as Jordan Graham and Joe Mason, who have both been frozen out at Molineux this season.

Robinson added: “Jordan Graham was probably the best winger in the Championship at one stage and he wasn’t part of the new regime.

“There’s new ownership, a new style. You look at Joe Mason as well. Mason, Graham and Zyro are very good players.

“And also Jack Price, who played massive roles in the club’s success, but they’re not the manager’s players.

“The club has got a different mandate of how they want to do it and that’s part and parcel of football.”

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