Obika makes Charlton return

Championship strugglers Charlton have brought Jonathan Obika back to The Valley in a loan deal until the end of the season.

Last Updated: 18/03/14 at 16:40 Post Comment

Jonathan Obika: Striker has joined Charlton for a second loan spell

Jonathan Obika: Striker has joined Charlton for a second loan spell

The striker arrives at Charlton from Tottenham for a second spell, having made a similar move in February 2013.

During his first spell at Charlton, Obika scored three goals in 10 appearances, including late winners against Wolves and Leeds.

Obika will go into the squad for the match against Bournemouth on Tuesday as the Addicks look for a win that would draw them level on points with fourth from bottom Millwall.

The 23-year-old has previously been on loan at Brighton this season, where he scored on his only start for the club.

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