Charlton boss Bob Peeters is looking to add quality to his side if they are in the same position in January, reports London 24.
The Addicks have had a better than expected start to the season and find themselves one place off the play-offs.
If Peeters side are in the same position come the new year he says he will talk to chairman Roland Duchâtelet about further investment, “I think he is backing us up anyway, we have brought some good players in already,” he told London 24.
“We had a meeting over dinner on Monday, he was at the game Tuesday, and we had a good conversation about everything to do with Charlton. He knows what we want and hopefully he can provide it.”
Peeters has not let on who he is looking to bring in but after a recent run of mixed results he only wants to add quality, not quantity, “We only have 18-19 players and we agreed not to have a too bigger squad. We want a group of 20 good quality players.”
“It is no use bringing quantity-wise players in, we have some positions where we need certain players so we will see in January. “