Charlton fans may well be raiding the Christmas biscuit tin for some comfort food after another loss saw them rooted in the Championship relegation zone.

The south east London side were convincingly beaten 0-2 by Wolves in front of fans at The Valley on Monday, December 28.

The poor home display saw the Midlands side clock up a comprehensive win with a debut professional goal from Jordan Graham before Addicks defender Harry Lennon deflected a shot into the back of his own net.

Despite the disappointment, Charlton’s interim gaffer Karel Fraeye said taking a negative stance wouldn’t help players.

“As staff, we have to focus on what we must improve on,” he told the BBC Sport website.

“Nobody is happy at the situation which we are in.

“It was a tight first half, the second half we were at times less sharp in both boxes - defensively as well as offensively.

“We got punished for that. Wolves have the players with pace and technique to hurt us.”

It was Charlton’s fourth defeat in eight matches.