Lee Bowyer is still in the dark over the Charlton takeover.

A national newspaper claimed that Addicks director Richard Murray told the caretaker boss his last game in charge would be against Rotherham today.

Valley owner Roland Duchatelet is yet to finalise a deal with an Austrailian consortium hoping to buy the club.

Charlton moved into the top six after convincingly beating Rotherham to make it three wins out of three for Bowyer.

Bowyer said: “I’ll just carry on until told otherwise. It is what it is but I knew that when they first asked me to take charge.

“I’m not interested in all of that - it'll all take care of itself.

“Whether it [the takeover] is tomorrow or next week, it’s out of my control. My focus is on the team and getting them into the play-offs.

“It’s not my decision [to stay on as boss] - I’m just going to carry on until told otherwise. I’m enjoying it and to get that winning feeling running through your veins again is definitely a good thing.”

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