Former Charlton full back Jay Dasilva looked on with mixed emotions on Wednesday night as his current employers Bristol City snatched victory at the death.

Despite moving to the Robins on a permanent deal in the summer after spending last season on loan at Ashton Gate, the 21-year-old admitted he still had connections with Charlton as well as fond memories.

Dasilva spent 18-months on-loan from Chelsea at The Valley from January 2017, making over 50 appearances for the Addicks.

Injured in Bristol’s opening game of the season, Dasilva watched on from the stands as Josh Brownhill’s 98th minute winner sunk Lee Bowyer’s men.

“It was a bit of a crazy game, but sums up the league, anything can happen at any time,” he said.

“Yeah what a crazy game.

“I’m still in contact with a few of the Charlton boys, some of the boys have moved on, Karlan (Grant), Ezri (Konsa), but there’s still a few I’m in contact with.”

Asked whether he was surprised by Charlton’s positive start to the season, Dasilva said he’s never surprised by what his former club is capable of.

“Surprised? Not really, it just shows the bunch of players they have, the character, the spirit, they’re hardworking, that club have always had that.

“I never thought they’d struggle.”

Dasilva is currently sidelined with an ankle injury but is expeted to be back 'very soon.'

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Charlton's left back on Wednesday Jake Forster-Caskey left the field after 30minutes through injury himself.

Forster-Caskey has deputised gamely for the injured Ben Purrington at left-back in recent games and was hoping to put his injury nightmare of last season behind him.

"It's the same leg I injured last season but it's nothing to do with that injury," Forster-Caskey said.

"I just went to block a ball and felt the hamstring, couldn’t play on.

"Don't know how bad it is until I get a scan.

"I just got a run in the team, maybe in a midweek game I was more at risk, it's one of those things, but I'll get fit again and hopefully get back in the side.

"I've been enjoying the role to be honest, I've been out a long time, got a run in the team, albeit a slightly different position, but you know you almost get more time on the ball so it’s almost easier!"