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Charlton boss Chris Powell wants his side to forget Saturday's defeat at Bolton and look ahead to Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend.

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The Addicks' seven-match unbeaten run came to an end thanks to two goals from Wanderers' David Ngog.

But they face a trip to struggling Wednesday next weekend before home games against Ipswich and Derby after Christmas.

"We have to move forward and we have to go on a good run again," said Powell.

"The players are disappointed of course but we can learn from it, prepare right again for the next game which is Sheffield Wednesday - and then the busy Christmas period.

"I'll be looking forward to us getting points again and moving forward and bouncing back from a defeat that shouldn't have happened.

"But it has and we just have to be right again and go on a good positive run."

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