Nick Pope wants to stay at Charlton next season.

The Addicks won 2-1 at Leeds on Saturday and had the young stopper to thank after he pulled off two terrific saves in the closing stages of the game.

Pope has been receiving plaudits for his impressive performances since coming in for Stephen Henderson in March.

When asked by News Shopper if he would be staying with Charlton in League One next season, he said: “Yeah, of course.

“I’m contracted here for another two years. I’m a Charlton player and I’m not looking to move.”

He added: “It’s always nice to play games, it’s one thing you probably realise more when you're not playing, just how good it is to play.

“So, I’m delighted to have played these last few games and finish the season.”

Goals from Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Ademola Lookman gave the Addicks a two-goal cushion - but Sol Bamba’s header halved the deficit, leading to late pressure from the home side.

Pope denied Chris Wood in a one-on-one situation and then got fingertips to Mirco Antenucci’s curling effort in stoppage-time - making sure Charlton held on for the win.

Following a string of impressive stops at Elland Road, the 24-year-old picked his favourite one.

Pope added: “I think the header was my favourite save to be honest.

“I’ve got a good relationship with the back four, we set our line, and if I think I can go out and help, then that’s good for the team.

“The ball came over the top and I made a decision to come and I got my head on it.”

After running 30 yards off his line to head the ball away from Wood, his actions resembled Bayern Munich’s Manuel Neuer.

But, Pope was quick to play down any comparisons between himself and the World Cup winner.

He said: “He’s a bit more outrageous than me so I’m not too sure about that.

“It’s part of helping the team out - coming for crosses or making saves - it’s part of my job and I’m happy to do it.”