Charlton manager Karl Robinson is not concerned over the fitness of his players.

The Addicks have conceded late goals in their last three games, which has led to suggestions that the players are struggling in the latter stages.

However, Robinson has refuted those claims, with spreadsheets showing Charlton’s distance covered has increased in the last 15 minutes of matches since the Walsall win last month.

When asked if he was worried about the fitness of his squad, Robinson told News Shopper: “No. You can answer that one for me now!

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“We just sat down and went through the data with you [the press]. I think it’s important that I’m transparent with you and you can be transparent with the supporters.

“At the end of the day, they deserve an answer to some of the questions they have. So that’s why I came in this morning and I was very detailed in the high intensity metres per minute and the distance covered and the increase in that in the last 15 minutes.

“So there’s been no drop off from my players towards the end of games. If anything, the distance covered has been increased.

“The one we look for is the high intensity metres per minute so how many metres they cover within a minute but at an intense level.

“That shows a true reflection on the fitness levels of a human being. We’re very, very happy with where we sit on that.”

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