Parkinson pleased with Trophy progress

01 September 2010 11:30
Phil Parkinson was satisfied with the way Charlton dealt with a tricky Dagenham side as they knocked them out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. Therry Racon's goal was enough to earn the Addicks a 1-0 win at The Valley and boss Parkinson was pleased to come through the test. He said: "I know what this team is capable of but this was a difficult game. I thought we coped with Dagenham's style of play very well and restricted their efforts on goal. "Our moment came with Therry's goal and there were a few other moments when we had chances to score. "After Saturday's defeat at Huddersfield it was important we got back to winning ways. I knew the Daggers would be incredibly up for the game. "Of course the league is the main priority but it doesn't harm us to keep winning games and we're pleased."

Source: PA