It’s looking likely that Charlton will be without Igor Vetokele for their play-off final at Wembley on Sunday.

Lee Bowyer looked ahead to the showdown with Sunderland at the national stadium but admitted his striker may have played his last game of the season, and with his contract up in the summer, the club.

“Igor is struggling, still struggling,” he said.

“He’s going to be a doubt, we were hoping he’ll be back training today (Friday), but he’s not and it’s not looking good.

“Other than that, all good.

“We’ve been training, looking sharp and professional, so on a fitness front nothing’s changed from the last game.”

Bowyer, Vetokele aside, has a full roster to choose from, and admits although there’ll be tough decisions to make, he believes whoever he selects will be prepared for the occasion.

“It’ll be the same squad, but I won’t go in to too much detail.

“But the squad we’ve put together have put us here, they’ve all played their part, and whoever is chosen on Sunday, I believe in all of them.

“Whether they’re in the starting XI or on the bench, I know they’ll give me everything and they’ll give the fans everything.

“I’m not worried about that, they’ve given everything every game this season and they’ll do that on Sunday.”

“They’re a good side,” he continued.

“We have to respect them, but they’ve got weaknesses.

“As good as they are going forward they are just as vulnerable on the turn over, so that’s something we’ve been working on.

“But nothing changes, it’s a game of football, two teams with players who will give everything, with a lot of players who’ll have to make decisions as individuals, and hopefully our side make more better decisions than theirs.”