Stand-in Charlton captain Matt Taylor insists his side will not get complacent when they head to lowly Walsall this weekend.
The Addicks roared seven points clear at the top of League One when they ended Huddersfield's unbeaten run last week, before seeing off Carlisle in the FA Cup on Saturday.
But Taylor, who is wearing the armband in place of injured skipper Johnnie Jackson, is taking nothing for granted ahead of the trip to the 21st-placed Saddlers.
"It will be a tough game and Walsall is always a tough place to go," he told the club's official website.
"They are a strong team, especially at home, and it's going to be a massive test. But we will be keeping our feet firmly on the ground.
"We had a great result against Huddersfield but that has gone now. All that was was another three points."