CHUKS Aneke was "delighted" to score a late equaliser on his first game back for the Addicks on against Cheltenham.

Charlton resigned the striker from Birmingham City earlier in the week only six months after he departed the Valley.

He made an instant impact on his return as he popped up in the 94th minute to send the Addicks fans home with a point.

After the game, Aneke told CharltonTV: “I’m delighted. Obviously it’s my first game back and I wanted to make a mark and I feel like I’ve done that today.

“It’s a hard-fought point and we’ll take that, build on that and go on to the next game.”

When asked about his fitness, the 28-year-old said: “Yeah I felt good today. I felt strong.

“I always felt I had a goal in me to be honest.

“I felt like I had something in me today so yeah I’m going to build on it.”

Charlton are now without a win in their last four league games and have dropped down to 14th in the table.

Johnnie Jackson's side are now 13 points off the top six with the chances of a play off push starting to look slim.