Lee Bowyer felt his side could have scored half-a-dozen goals during their impressive win at Shrewsbury Town.
Strikes from Lyle Taylor and Darren Pratley, along with a Karlan Grant penalty, secured a comfortable win in Shropshire for the South Londoners.
“I think we deserved it,” said the Addicks boss.
“First-half we didn’t pass, it was driving me crazy. Second-half, we passed it more and created chance after chance. Karlan could have had four. Patrick (Bauer) had a header, should have scored. It should have been six or seven really. It could have been on another day.
“The front three were excellent. We have good players who can hurt teams and we looked solid at the back. As a team performance, it was very professional and very good.
“I’ve said to them we’ll get promotion but you have to do this every time. We can’t drop our standards. If we keep doing what we’ve just done today, there’s no reason why we cant win every game. I believe it. We’ve got a good side, a good squad. On our day we’re very difficult to play against. Not many teams have come here and done that here this season. They haven’t lost many at home.”
Pratley’s goal, ten minutes after the break, was a superb drive into the top-corner and Bowyer was pleased he was rewarded for the graft he puts in on the field of play.
“It’s not really his game is it, Pratley,” said Bowyer.
“Top-corner. I’m pleased for him. He’s got a couple now, recently. He works so hard. He gives us something different in middle of the park. He’s not going to go past three or four players but he competes and works so hard for the team. You need players like that. I’m pleased for him. To get a goal like that is very pleasing.”