1 Morgan Fox is actually a good player

Once thought of as a quality prospect, a couple of bad performances earlier in the season saw him slated.

Lately he's proved a solid part of the Addicks backline and against Reading he was possibly the best player on the pitch. His cross to Tony Watt early in the second half was sublime.

2 One up front is not the option it once was

With Igor Vetokele injured, Guy Luzon chose to play Chris Eagles in a deeper role. That meant a more methodical approach from Charlton and prompted a stilted first half with target man Watt often surrounded.

The Addicks have been free-scoring of late due to incisive direct football and suffered against Reading as a result.

They came into their own once Simon Church was brought on to partner Watt.

3 The chants from the Covered End of "Simon Churchinio" may have been ironic..

But after two goals in his last two games, the forward is finally beginning to prove his doubters wrong. Yes, his winner against Reading was a tap-in but it was a striker's goal.

Maligned for his misses last season, he has become the forgotten man in SE7. But his work-rate should never be questioned and, with a confident forward line supporting him, the goals seem to be coming.

The 26-year-old's contract is up at the end of the season, but he should be given another year at The Valley. He's also friends with Watt so anything to keep the Scot happy will be a worthwhile investment.

Yoni Buyens scores for Charlton against Reading

4 Yoni Buyens is certainly not be the most gifted player in this side

But his goals have been priceless. Saturday's match summed up his season. Sometimes wasteful, often infuriating, he received a yellow card, but was cool in front of goal, especially from the spot.

With a two-match suspension now looming the only question is who should now replace him for the Millwall clash in two weeks.

Alou Diarra is the obvious choice but Johnnie Jackson may also be available.

5 Charlton Upbeats gave a heartwarming boost to The Valley on Saturday

There's been a fear the club could be losing its soul and becoming a feeder for Standard Liege.

But as long as there are fans involved in schemes such as this then the soul will always be intact. 500 marched the eight miles from the Sparrows Lane training ground to the Reading clash, raising over £11,000 for the group which supports around 35 children and adults with Down's Syndrome.

The scheme is run by the Charlton Athletic Community Trust, which remains something all fans should be incredibly proud of.

Charlton take a week's break before playing Millwall on April 4 at 3pm.