Lee Bowyer believes his players “didn’t learn” from their defeat to Huddersfield Town as Charlton conceded a last-minute equaliser to draw with Hull City - but insists their luck will change soon enough.

Substitute Keane Lewis-Potter popped up in the 96th minute to force home a header that saw the Tigers twice come back from a goal down to level the scores.

The latest result draws similarities with the defeat to Huddersfield on Tuesday which saw another teenage substitute, Matty Daly, score in injury time to deny Charlton a point.

Bowyer said: “Again, did we get what we deserved from the game? No. [It was] the same as Tuesday. Disappointment that we didn't learn from Tuesday, you've got to play to the final whistle.

“Tuesday, we concede with 30 seconds to go, and today we concede injury time in injury time.

“My thoughts are that I feel for the players. I don't know how many times I've said it, and you're probably bored of me saying it, but they can't give no more.

“You must see that as well because I'm sure that I'm not the only one [that sees it]. I feel sorry for them, and it hurts me that I see them sitting in the dressing room like that, after giving everything they've got, the way they did again and then they come away with one point.

“It's just wrong.”

Despite yet another setback, which sees Charlton’s winless run extend to 10 games, Bowyer is confident his team’s luck will change at some point.

He added: “I have no doubt [our luck will change]. We're doing this with half our side out. Half our squad is out and we're still competing.

“Hull [are a] good side. Look at the players they've got. [They're a] good team and we're still competing with these. In my eyes, we're level peggings.

“Huddersfield the other night, level peggings. Sheffield Wednesday come here, okay, maybe a bit better than us, but until the penalty [we were] level peggings. Preston come here, level peggings. This is all these teams that we've played and they've not been better than us and we've got half our team out.

“But we ain't got many points to show for it and that's what it all boils down to at the end of the day. There's going to be a lot of positives to come, there's still 20-odd games to go - 25, 24 - so yeah there's positives to come, and yeah we'd done well tonight.

“But it still doesn't take away the way I feel and how hurt I am because we haven't got what we deserved again.”