Charlton can add Mark Gower and Yann Kermorgant to their squad for the visit of south London rivals Millwall.
Boss Chris Powell has drafted in Swansea midfielder Gower on a loan deal for the rest of the season, while striker Kermorgant has completed a three-match ban for his red card against Nottingham Forest last month.
Defender Leon Cort will miss out again after tweaking his knee against Burnley a fortnight ago so Matt Taylor continues at centre-half.
Midfielder Danny Hollands is the only other injury absentee with a fractured metatarsal.
Teenage winger Callum Harriott will be hoping to keep his place after scoring the winner in the 1-0 victory at Huddersfield last weekend on what was only his second start for the Addicks.
FA Cup semi-finalists Millwall will be without Mark Beevers through suspension when they make the short trip.
Defender Beevers collected his 10th yellow card of the season as the Lions set up a Wembley encounter against Wigan next month by beating Blackburn 1-0 in Wednesday night's replay.
Beevers will serve a two-match ban so Karleigh Osborne could earn a recall at centre-half.
Striker Jermaine Easter could make his debut after agreeing a loan switch from Crystal Palace until the end of the season, while Martyn Woolford will be back in the squad after he was cup-tied against Rovers.
But fellow winger James Henry misses out again with a knee ligament injury.