Joe Aribo isn’t getting too carried away with promotion talk at The Valley, preferring to take each game as it comes.

Aribo scored Charlton’s second in their 3-1 win over Bristol Rovers at the weekend which kept them in the play-off spots.

“If you look too far ahead, you’re not looking at now,” Aribo told the club website.

“Now is what is most important. If we keep getting results then that’s when we can talk about promotion. We’re just focused on the game that is coming next.”

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“Our last few results have been good. We’ve won three in three and we just need to keep maintaining that and getting results.”

Aribo scored the tenth goal of his Charlton career shortly before half-time. It was the 22-year-old’s fourth of an impressive season for the midfielder.

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On his goal-scoring record the much-coveted midfielder said he has no set target, but claims his manager is urging him to get further forward.

“I don’t want to say an exact number but double figures definitely,” admitted Aribo,

“I want to get as many goals as I can. I love the feeling and I just want to continue scoring.

“I always hear Lee Bowyer on the side shouting at me ‘Joe, get in the box. Higher, higher.’ Just so that I can be in and around it and if it drops to me I will be able to finish it.”