Charlton Athletic will weigh up recalling Daniel Kanu from his loan at Southend United once his initial 28-days with the National League club has passed.
The striker scored four goals for the Shrimpers last weekend as they beat Solihull Moors 5-0.
The Addicks have seen their frontline options depleted after Chuks Aneke was ruled out for at least a couple of months due to a hamstring injury.
Asked if Kanu’s situation is something to think about once he can be brought back to SE7, Charlton head coach Michael Appleton said: “It is. It’s unrealistic not to. You’ve got to think of all your options.
“When I first came in DK was chomping at the bit to get first-team football. We had the option of Chuks at that time.
“Now it is gone it is something we can look at.”
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