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Wright-Phillips future unsure

Out-of-favour Charlton striker Bradley Wright-Phillips is no closer to confirming which team he will be playing for next season.

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Bradley Wright-Phillips: Could move away from Charlton

Bradley Wright-Phillips: Could move away from Charlton

The former Manchester City trainee netted 22 league goals for the Addicks last season, propelling his team to the npower League One title.

But Wright-Phillips, 28, has not started for Chris Powell's side since November and with the player currently spending a barren loan spell at Brentford, his future at the Valley is up in the air.

He told the Hounslow Chronicle: "My contract's up at the end of the season but I'm not sure what's happening. I haven't spoken to anyone about it.

"I'm here to play football and we'll see what happens between now and the end of the season.

"It's up to me to do the best I can do, then who knows what might happen?"

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