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Losing our two-goal lead at Yeovil was hard to take.
We know it will have hurt the fans but, just like them, it was sickening for us players because it felt as though we were cruising.
We were comfortable and playing well and then all of a sudden we were drawing and down to 10 men.
It was a good start from us, I thought we were in control of the game and, obviously, I was happy with my goal and to get an assist as well.
I enjoyed myself in the first 45 minutes and even in periods of the second half, where I thought we passed it and kept the ball well.
But in the end we didn’t get the three points and that’s what it’s all about, so to say I was disappointed on the journey home would be an understatement.
It’s been a great move for me since coming here from Hull on loan and I’m happy to be playing and making a positive impact on a team.
I spent a lot of last year not doing a lot and not being involved nearly as much as I would like so I’m just enjoying my football and taking one game at a time.
The more I’ve played the sharper I’ve become and getting a few more goals is something that I’ve always wanted to do. I’ve scored three so far this season so hopefully I can add to that.
When I first came to Charlton I was coming back from injury, so I wanted to make people sit up and take notice and gradually I hope I’m starting to do that.
I want to go out on the pitch and excite people and the more I’ve played, the better I’ve done and hope it has shown.
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