Josh Cullen believes Charlton should be pushing for promotion this season.

The West Ham United loanee has high expectations for the Addicks who made it three successive wins on Saturday following a 2-0 win at Bradford.

“We have a very good group in terms of quality and the togetherness,” said Cullen.

“The changing room, how tight it is, is very good news for the fans and there’s no reason why we can’t be ambitious this season and try and get Charlton back where it belongs, which is higher than League One.”

The 22-year-old who’d previously played for Bradford, provided the assist for Karlan Grant’s opener and now has two assists in as many games.

Charlton are now seventh in League One and signs are good for Lee Bowyer’s men according to Cullen.

“The standard is really high and the quality is good,”

“This is a team that can be ambitious this season and, to come to places like Bradford and Southend and get wins, it’s not easy and not many teams will do that.

“With the quality we have within the changing room, we can definitely look to push on and be ambitious for the play-offs or automatic promotion this season.

According to the midfielder the Addicks have turned a corner and are now getting the points that their performances deserve.

“Before I came, I saw a few of the games and the lads were playing well but the results weren’t coming. It was only a matter of time and now it’s three wins on the bounce.

“We know we can still play better than we are. We’re not going to take our foot off the peddle and we’ll keep going and hopefully make it four in a row next Saturday.”

Charlton welcome bottom of the league Plymouth Argyle to the Valley this Saturday.