Charlton Set Benchmark For Boss Luzon

A full house at the Valley saw an important 3-0 win for the Addicks to set them up nicely for Tuesday night's clash with the Championship's form club, Nottingham Forest.

Luzon has guided Charlton to three wins from four since taking over from Bob Peeters and said that the Huddersfield display was 'the way we want to play' with solid defensive organisation, good ball possession and efficiency in attack.

Former Celtic striker Tony Watt, who shot to fame by scoring a winning goal against Barcelona in the Champions League, scored twice on Saturday to continue his good form since moving to Charlton from Standard Liege.

Robert Tesche, meanwhile, could make an immediate start for Birmingham City against Blackpool on Tuesday night after making a loan move from the City Ground at the start of the week.