Charlton manager Karl Robinson has held a crucial meeting with his players to discuss their season run-in.

The Addicks are two points from the play-offs with 13 games remaining. They have won just once in five matches and have lost key duo Ahmed Kashi and Jay Dasilva to injuries.

It has threatened to derail their promotion push, but Robinson wants his stars to focus on the task at hand despite their horrendous injury record.

He told News Shopper: “We had an internal meeting on Tuesday to speak about how we’re going to split the rest of the season up and how we’re going to look at it.

“I think sometimes when you're speaking to a team at the beginning of a season your message is always very open minded, there’s always room for manoeuvre because the season is so long.

“Kashi would probably get in our starting eleven, Dasilva would probably get in our starting eleven, Billy Clarke would probably get in our starting eleven, Jake Forster-Caskey and Tariqe Fosu would get in our starting eleven. Stephy Mavididi, too.

“Our injury record has not been that bad, it’s more a case of we’re getting injuries to our main players. But regardless of that, we don't have time to worry about it now. It’s a case of applying yourself.

“We haven’t had the luck, we've had our problems off the pitch, so what? So what? Everyone knows and has their reasons, we've spoken about the reasons but so what now?

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“We don't have time to worry about the ifs and buts. It’s about the facts. We were speaking about the way it is.”

Charlton travel to promotion rivals Peterborough tomorrow, which marks the start of a difficult month with in-form duo Blackpool and Plymouth to play.

The Addicks will move back into the top six if they win at the ABAX Stadium and Plymouth slip up against struggling Fleetwood.

It’s not just the injuries that Robinson has had to contend with this season, wantaway owner Roland Duchatelet’s failure to sign long-term transfer targets in January allowed other clubs to strengthen.

Robinson added: “I came here to get promoted. I came here to try to turn the football club around first and foremost.

“Players came here because they believed in what we were doing, players stayed here because they believed in what we were doing. Players wanted to be at this football club for the right reasons.

“Everyone in that dressing room is a credit to themselves and how they've conducted themselves on the pitch.

“We’ve had poor games where we've performed poorly, I’ve picked the wrong team at times and I’ve made some wrong substitutions, not on purpose obviously.

“But at the end of the day, we’ve not got time to worry about that. We are where we are, and we’ve got to stick together.”

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