Draws are not enough now - Sodje

06 April 2010 09:52
Charlton defender Sam Sodje says that draws are not good enough if the Addicks are to snatch the second automatic promotion place.The 30-year-old Nigeria international marked his 50th appearance for the club with the only goal in Easter Monday's 1-0 win over Carlisle. [LNB]Charlton are fifth, two points behind the top two with six games left. [LNB]Sodje told BBC Radio Kent: "Draws are no longer good enough for us. We all have to stay strong." [LNB]Charlton visit Southampton on Saturday before returning home to play Colchester on 13 April. After that face leaders Norwich (h), Exeter (a), Leeds (h) and Oldham (a). [LNB]Sodje, who secured Charlton's 20th win of the season against Carlisle, added: "It's a tough run-in but I believe we have the experience in the squad to handle the pressure. [LNB]"I think we have performed better against the bigger teams this season and I know our supporters will be in full cry when we play the likes of Norwich and Leeds." [LNB]Sodje's match-winner was his fourth for Charlton this season - one more than brother Akpo, who is on loan from Sheffield Wednesday. [LNB]"I know he's a striker and has an unfair advantage, but I'm determined to catch him up and overtake him," said Sam.

Source: BBC_Sport