Karl Robinson expected to field new Addicks against Millwall
Charlton boss Karl Robinson is expected to make changes for the visit of Millwall after a busy start to the January transfer window.
Midfielder Jake Forster-Caskey has signed from Brighton, while Wigan winger Nathan Byrne has come on loan until the end of the season and defender Lewis Page has arrived from West Ham.
Ricky Holmes is back in training following his foot problem, while goalkeeper Declan Rudd (hip) has also stepped up his rehabilitation along with striker Tony Watt, who is back at The Valley early following a loan spell with Hearts.
Midfielder Johnnie Jackson has been out with a hamstring injury, while forward Lee Novak (knee), midfielder Ahmed Kashi (Achilles) and defender Jason Pearce (groin) also continue their recoveries.
Millwall manager Neil Harris must decide whether to freshen up a side which knocked Premier League club Bournemouth out of the FA Cup.
Winger Shane Ferguson came on during the second half and scored the final goal in the Lions' 3-0 win so could be in contention.
Midfielders David Worrall and Calum Butcher also provide other options from the bench.
Republic of Ireland Under-19s international Kyron Farrell has joined Vanarama National League side Braintree on loan until the end of the season.