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Charlton Athletic should turn to this prolific goalscorer to aid play-off push next season



Charlton Athletic, ended their League One campaign five games unbeaten, picking up four wins and one draw in the process.

Karl Robinson’s men managed to guide themselves to 13th in the table with 60 points, and the Addicks supporters will be hoping next season, with Robinson’s experience in the division they can put together a side capable of mounting a serious promotion challenge.

This season Charlton relied on striker Ricky Holmes to score their goals, as the Englishman found the back of the net on 13 occasions but also chipped in with six assists for his team, showing that he was a real threat going forward.

Recent speculation has linked Holmes with a move away from the Valley, and if he does decide to leave, the club are going to need to find a replacement striker.

With this in mind the club should turn to current Luton Town striker, Danny Hylton.

The 28-year-old has had a terrific season in front of goal for Luton, where he scored 22 goals.

Starting his career at non-league Aldershot Town, Hylton helped them to the Conference Premier title and Conference League Cup in the 2006-2007 season, and scored 35 goals in his time with the club.

From Aldershot, Hylton moved to Rotherham United for the 2013-2014 season, but ended up going out on loan to Bury and AFC Wimbledon in the same season, before leaving Rotherham for Oxford.

Whilst at Oxford he ended up the club’s top scorer in his first season scoring 16 goals, before departing the club for play-off semi-finalists Luton Town last summer.

In the past few years Hylton has found the back of the net on a regular basis and could be a terrific signing for Charlton to help aid a play-off push next season.

Charlton Athletic fans – would you like to see Danny Hylton sign for you? Let us know below!

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