Dean Holden was full of praise as his Charlton side smashed Shrewsbury Town 6-0 to extend their League One unbeaten run to five. 

First-half goals from Scott Fraser, Albie Morgan and Jes Rak-Sakyi set the platform before the Addicks ran riot in the second half with a brace for Miles Leaburn and one for Macauley Bonne.

Holden said: "This is the most complete performance since I arrived."

This is the first time Charlton have scored six goals in a league game at home in 47 years and sets the Addicks up well as they head into the final seven games of the season. 

Holden added: "The lads and the supporters are going to have a good weekend and there's a good feeling but when you arrive at Bristol Rovers on Good Friday and today means nothing. 

"You don't guarantee a performance or a result based on what happened four or five days ago." 

Holden described his attackers as "electric," two of the goalscorers Leaburn and Rak-Sakyi are just 19 and 20 respectively. 

Charlton have a great opportunity to build on the momentum and finish the season strong as they play just one more game against a team above them in the league.