‘We’re building’ – Charlton Athletic man has say on ambitious plans for next season

Charlton Athletic striker Alfie May feels his team will be the ones to watch in League One next season.
Charlton Athletic have been in good form since former Luton Town, Stoke City, and Southampton manager Nathan Jones took over from Michael Appleton.

May, 30, has 27 goals in all competitions for the Addicks this season, including 23 in the league.

He is already looking ahead to the following campaign, stating on the official club website: “following year is going to be the one that I think everybody has to look out for. We now have a manager who has established the manner he wants us to play, and I believe the supporters can see the foundations that we’re Building at the minute. We’re currently 13 games unbeaten and preparing for next year.”Charlton supporters want to see silverware. It’s a massive club in London, and as players, we know we’ve underperformed this season. The gaffer has arrived and has laid up a plan that we will find difficult to beat. “If you have that in League One, you’ll be successful.”
Charlton Athletic aims for a promising season.
Charlton are unbeaten in their previous 13 games, and if they can maintain their momentum into next season, there is no reason why they cannot compete at the top of the table.
Alfie May's squad number revealed | Charlton Athletic Football Club

The Addicks have had a tough few years in the third tier, and they will be hoping that Jones is the key to propelling them out of this division.
He has done it before with Luton and is eager to do so again at The Valley.

When the transfer window opens this summer, the Welshman will have another opportunity to make his mark on the group.

May joined Charlton from Cheltenham Town last year and has been quite productive. He scored 67 goals in 165 matches with the Robins and has continued his scoring streak in London.

The former Doncaster Rovers player still has a few years left on his contract and hopes to test himself in the Championship soon.

Jones has brought the Addicks out of relegation danger since taking over, and his club is proving to be a difficult nut to crack right now.

They are establishing the groundwork for next season and still have a few of matchups to complete.

This weekend’s first game will be at home against Shrewsbury Town, followed by an away trip to Wycombe Wanderers. Their previous match against Cambridge United ended in a 1-1 draw.

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