Charlton have extended the loan of striker Martyn Waghorn from Sunderland for a second month.
The 18-year-old will now stay at the Valley until 17th January and will look to build on the goal he scored against Derby County in the 2-2 draw on Monday.
The strike was Waghorn's first goal in senior football as the youngster put the Addicks 2-1 up when he slotted home left footed after good work from Lloyd Sam.
The score ended 2-2 with Nathan Ellington claiming a last minute equaliser for Derby but the result meant it was the first time Waghorn had not lost in a Charlton shirt in eight attempts.
The youngster made his debut for the Championship side in what turned out to be Alan Pardew's last game in charge when he came off the bench against Sheffield United.
The extension will give Charlton a boost as they look to get out of the relegation places as soon as possible.