Charlton boss Karl Robinson is not interested in the Barnsley vacancy.

The Liverpudlian is one of many managers that have been linked with the job after Paul Heckingbottom left for Leeds last week.

And Robinson, who arrived at the Valley in November 2016, is fully committed to helping Charlton gain promotion to the Championship.

He said: “My agent phoned me saying ‘listen, this is the situation’, and I said ‘I don't want to be on it [the shortlist]’.

“I don't see Barnsley for me. This is a place where I want to be. I want this club to be in the Championship - it’s as simple as that. But we have to go to the Championship clean, with everything that’s happened over the last five years gone.

“We've worked hard to put ourselves in this position and I’m not going to walk away from something when we've worked so hard over the last 12 months.

“There have been other opportunities [to leave] while I’ve been here, but I spoke to my agent the other day, and I’m so happy. This is an unbelievable club.”

The Addicks are just two points from sixth-placed Bradford with two games in hand.

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