Reeco Hackett-Fairchild said it was a 'no-brainer' of a decision to join Bromley on loan.

The Charlton forward left The Valley for Hayes Lane in March on an initial one month loan deal to get much needed first team football.

Hackett-Fairchild has featured seven times for the Addicks this season but views this spell at Bromley as a perfect opportunity to push himself to the forefront of Lee Bowyer’s attention.

"It was a no brainer to come here and play some men’s football," he said.

“I’m 21 now and I haven’t played too many games."

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Hackett-Fairchild has featured heavily for The Ravens since his arrival, culminating in a man of the match performance against the National League leaders Leyton Orient on Tuesday.

Having headed the winner in a 2-1 victory, he hopes his current form can serve as a reminder to the Addicks manager to keep him in his thoughts.

"I took the opportunity to come to Bromley to aid my development," he continued.

“My aim is always to get into the Charlton first team and it’s up to me to work as hard as I can.

"Charlton is my club but my immediate job and focus is to help Bromley.

"If I can draw attention through my performances then that’s all the better.”

Bromley next take on relegation threatened Aldershot Town at Hayes Lane on Saturday and will be

looking to Hackett-Fairchild to carry on his good form.