Ben Reeves’ is prepared to do his part in Charlton’s promotion push despite being out of contract at the end of the season.

Reeves is one of a number of players whose future is uncertain at The Valley but the 27-year-old insists he will do all he can to help negotiate the Addicks to the second tier.

“I’m relaxed about my own situation,” said Reeves.

“My aim is for us to get promoted, that’s what in want for Charlton as well.

“I’m lucky to be here, lucky to play at this stadium, and hopefully that continues

“I’ve just got to work hard and do my best for the team and that’s all I’m trying to do at the moment.”

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The former MK Dons man who scored the winner in Tuesday’s 2-1 home win over Burton has been used in a number of positions this season by Lee Bowyer, some that are new to the Northern Irishman.

“I’m playing a lot deeper here.

“I’m used to playing in a ten, but under Bows I’m playing centre midfield really, a lot of time I find myself protecting the back four which is new to me.

“I’m doing a lot more running than what I used to do, but I’m happy doing what I can to help the team.

“If it means getting a header or whatever, brilliant!

“I just enjoy playing football.

“Playing at this place, I consider myself lucky.”

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