Charlton’s Jonathan Leko feels it was two points dropped at The Valley against Nottingham Forest on Wednesday night.

The attacker, on-loan from West Bromwich Albion, played his part in a scintillating first half performance, assisting Lyle Taylor for the opener in the 1-1 draw.

Albert Adomah’s second half effort meant the points were shared and Leko admits it was frustrating to leave the field without the victory.

“They couldn’t get near us first half, it could’ve been three or four!” he said.

“We’re disappointed but our performance was good.

“Disappointed that we didn’t get the win as we should’ve finished it off in the first half.”

The 20-year-old who joined up with the Addicks a fortnight ago has enjoyed a successful start to his Valley career, notching two assists and winning over fans with his trickery and eagerness to go at the defence.

“I just wanted to play football, get game time, score, set up.

“Just score and set up goals. I’ve got two assists already. I just need to score now.

“I don’t really mind [what position he plays in]. As long as I’m playing I’m happy.

"As soon as I spoke to the manager it was an easy decision to come here.

“It’s all positive.

“The fans here are crazy, in a good way.

“Chanting every second, every moment, I like it.”