JOHNNIE JACKSON has admitted that he is not concerned about which clubs the Addicks finish above but wants a strong finish to the season.

The Addicks have had a tough season, but a recent improvement in form has seen them within one point of climbing into the top half of the table.

However, Jackson's side face stern competition from Cheltenham, Cambridge United and Accrington Stanley for the 12th position.

The Addicks have four games remaining of the season, with a home match against Morecombe on Friday.

Jackson told News Shopper: "I said to the players there are four games to go and can we get 12 points.

"That is the game, can we try and win every game. Form wise we are in a good place and we are playing well.

"Every game we go into I expect and want us to win and really finish the season strongly and if we do that it will take us into that spot [12th].

"We are not focused on what spot we are going to finish in or who we are going to finish above. It is more on us and can we in every game that we play."