Joe Aribo’s brace helped Charlton see off promotion rivals Rotherham on Easter Monday.

Michal Zyro opened the scoring as the Addicks climbed into the top six.

Here are five things we learned…

The momentum under Lee Bowyer is frightening

Bowyer’s 100 per cent start as caretaker boss is still intact.

The race for the play-offs is so close - only one point separates fifth from ninth - and Charlton have all the momentum at the moment.

The Addicks’ arch rivals Millwall had it last season and went on to beat Bradford in the play-off final at Wembley.

It’s going to be so key for Charlton this season.

Nicky Ajose keeps on improving

Ben Reeves isn't the only player who’s drastically improved under Bowyer’s guidance - Ajose has been superb.

The striker scored 25 goals for Swindon in the 2015/16 campaign before sealing an £800,000 move to Charlton. He struggled under Russell Slade and Karl Robinson and was loaned out twice by the latter.

Despite bringing him back in January, Robinson sparingly used him. But since Bowyer’s come in, there’s been a drastic turnaround in Ajose’s form.

Playing with a strike partner coupled with trust from his manager has massively helped Ajose. All he needs now is a goal.

Tariqe Fosu’s injury is a concern

One negative from the Rotherham win was Fosu’s injury. The winger was substituted holding his thigh in the 18th minute.

He scored his first goals since October against Northampton last week and looked back to his very best after his two-month lay-off.

Charlton have replacements in Stephy Mavididi, Sullay Kaikai and Mark Marshall, but Fosu will still be a big miss.

The feel-good factor is back at the Valley

Charlton were ninth and five points off the top six just two weeks ago and their promotion hopes seemed all but over. It was all doom and gloom.

And in just three games, Bowyer’s brought life and hope back to the club.

The Valley, not for the first time this season, was rocking during and after the Rotherham win. That is all down to the jobs Bowyer and Johnnie Jackson have done so far.

There are more huge tests to come

Charlton’s run-in isn't easy. They have to play Scunthorpe, Shrewsbury, Portsmouth and Blackburn in their remaining seven games.

On current form, the Addicks won’t fear anyone, but their promotion rivals have easier run-ins.

Bowyer’s getting the best out of every Charlton player and long may it continue.