Charlton boss Karl Robinson was pleased with the club’s business in the January transfer window.

The Addicks signed Stephy Mavididi, Michal Zyro and Sullay Kaikai on loan deals.

Robinson said: "We’re really happy, we’ve got a lot of our young players out on loan playing, we’ve kept our players who are integral to our starting line-up. We’ve brought in three top loans.

“This is my third transfer window and the money we’ve spent has been very, very minimal.

“It’s been hard but we’re in a good place and hopefully people appreciate that we’re all working around the clock to achieve what we want to achieve for this football club.

"It’s been a good window. We haven’t spent as much money as some of the other clubs around us but we’ve been very smart and very cute in what we’ve tried to do. We feel we’ve added to the squad.

“We’ve kept the door locked even though there were a number of people banging on it, trying to offer [deals] for some of our players.

“The stance of the football club was that Ezri Konsa would be available at a price. We got offered a number of different deals, it didn’t meet our expectation so everyone was happy for him to stay, none more than me."

While bringing in much-needed forwards, Charlton managed to keep hold of in-demand defender Ezri Konsa.

Robinson added: “He’s been exceptional the young man in the last few weeks, it just shows you that he is destined for the top level, you see that because of the clubs that have contacted us.

“But it also shows our intent that we believe that we’ll stand firm, it’s not like we need to take the money. He’s still here and he’ll be wearing our shirt on Saturday.”

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