Charlton manager Phil Parkinson is hoping to extend striker Akpo Sodje's loan stay at the club.
The 28-year-old has been in good form for the Addicks since joining from Sheffield Wednesday in November, scoring twice in eight appearances for the League One promotion hopefuls.
Sodje was due to play his final game of his current loan spell against Hartlepool on Saturday, but the game was postponed because of a frozen pitch.
Manager Parkinson admits there have been talks with Sheffield Wednesday, although did not reveal how likely a deal was.
"We've been talking to Sheffield Wednesday about Akpo," he told the club's official website.
"It's unfortunate for him (postponement) because he did really well to play 90 minutes against Brentford, and there was an opportunity for him to play two more games for us and himself, because he needs football.
"He hasn't played much over the last 12 months, but we're talking to Wednesday and we'll see if that progresses over the next few days."
Meanwhile, Parkinson is also hopeful on fellow loan forward Dave Mooney.
Mooney, who has scored twice in 11 appearances for the Addicks this term, is recovering from a knee injury and the Charlton manager also revealed an extension could be on the cards.
"Dave is back running, and we're going to get him back next week at some point so our physio, Steve Allen, can have a look at him," he added.
"We'll have to wait and see what happens, but we've got an agreement with Reading to sign him for the rest of the season."