Charlton boss Karl Robinson says Michal Zyro is pushing for a start against Blackpool.

The Wolves loanee scored his first Addicks goal in the 4-1 defeat to Peterborough on Saturday.

A serious knee injury sidelined Zyro for nearly two years, and he only returned to first-team action in August.

But the Poland forward, who has made just four substitute appearances since joining Charlton in January, could be in line for his first Addicks start at Bloomfield Road this evening.

Robinson said: “Michal is getting fitter, we believe he’s a good player. He’s not played for a long, long time.

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“We said to him [before the Peterborough game], these last ten days have been Michal’s best ten days in training. He’s getting there slowly.

“He’s getting fitter and stronger and he’s pushing for a start. He’s not come off the bench recently, but we put him on against Peterborough because we knew he could be a threat.

“Stephy Mavididi will be a few weeks away, so you’re looking at better players getting fitter. We’ve got a decision to make on who plays and who doesn’t play.

“We signed Michal when he was a little bit unfit. But now he’s off the mark, hopefully we can move forward.”

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