Charlton manager Karl Robinson believes his players’ decision-making cost them against Fleetwood today.

The Addicks could not break down a resilient Fleetwood side in their first goalless draw of the season - the hosts had 17 shots but only two were on target.

It is now just one win in eight games for Robinson’s men, who remain five points off the top six.

Robinson said: “We had 60 per cent possession, 17 shots, two on target, that’s the crux of it. We can sit here and talk about different systems whether we played 4-2-3-1 or 4-4-2 the outcome was the same.

“It’s not coaching, management or motivation, it’s decision-making in the final third. Tariqe Fosu put two corners in and someone shouted behind me ‘do you work on corners?’ Is he that stupid to think we don't work on corners and that we told Tariqe Fosu to hit the first man? We work on them every day.

“Our decision and quality when we’re asked to do something in the final third, we've chosen the wrong option.

“Michal Zyro has played well, and he could slide Sully Kaikai in on his right foot, but he takes one swing with his weak foot and it goes over the bar.

“They’re trying to put it right. The goal Nicky Ajose scored was onside. That was frustrating.

“Other than that our decision-making in the final third was poor. That’s not just in open play, that's in different systems, different set-piece strategies, our balls into the box weren't good enough. That’s just our own personal decision-making when it comes to that.”