Charlton travel to Derby on Saturday for their penultimate Championship fixture and manager Phil Parkinson is keen for the season to end.
The already relegated Addicks are six unbeaten but have drawn five of them and in the last two games they’ve thrown away two goal leads.
Parkinson believes the club’s current predicament is having a detrimental effect on performance.
“We’re a team that is scarred from the season,” he said.
“The season we’ve had has taken its toll on the players. I think we’ve got enough mental strength, it’s just that the season we’ve had is weighing heavily on the players’ shoulders.”
Youngster Jonjo Shelvey was playing with a shoulder in the mid-week draw against Cardiff. Darren Amborse has missed the last two games with a thigh strain, while Jonathan Fortune (Achilles), Jose Semedo (ankle) and Andy Gray (pelvis) are all doubts.