Charlton striker Josh Magennis is an injury doubt for Saturday’s trip to Peterborough.

The Northern Ireland international, who has scored three goals in his last five games, suffered a hamstring complaint on Tuesday.

And to add to the Addicks’ never-ending injury woes, first-team duo Jake Forster-Caskey and Tariqe Fosu are yet to fully train this week.

Valley boss Karl Robinson told News Shopper: “Jake and Tariqe have not trained yet. They've done bits, but they've not trained fully. They've got to pass a few tests on Thursday.

“Josh Magennis came out on Tuesday with his hamstring. We’re still not too sure if it’s neural [a nerve] or not, we’re not 100 per cent sure. We’ll see how he is on Thursday.”

Michal Zyro or Nicky Ajose would be the most likely candidates to replace Magennis if the striker fails to recover in time for Saturday.

The Wolves loanee has been restricted to just three substitute appearances since joining the Addicks in January.

Robinson said: “Michal Zyro trained really well on Tuesday.

“He’s really pushing and he’s working really hard.

“He’s doing everything that we’re asking of him.

“If Josh isn't fit [for Peterborough], Michal starts up front.”

Charlton are just two points off sixth-placed Plymouth ahead of their game against play-off rivals Peterborough.

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