Charlton manager Ben Garner says there’s much more to come from Fulham full-back Steven Sessegnon after his impressive return to the Addicks’ starting line-up.

Sessegnon, hampered by a hamstring problem both at the beginning and then during his loan spell at the Valley, has demonstrated his versatility by operating at left back and left midfield for the League One outfit despite hardly playing in those positions since his days coming through the Motspur Park academy. The 22 year-old has been a key performer since returning for a 1-1 draw at Oxford – which has the start of Charlton’s current six-match unbeaten run.

Garner told the South London Press:

“[He’s done] really well. I think the key has just been keeping him fit. Sess has come in and really brought into the football side, but also the sports science side. For example, his strength has really improved in terms of what he can do, and that will play a key part in keeping him fit and having him more robust and available for more games.

“I really like his character. He’s an energiser, Sess – he’s always positive and he’s always around people in the group. He’s a really talented player. I think there is a lot more to come from him with more games and more time on the pitch.”

Charlton, who sit seventh in League One, take on Milton Keynes at the Valley this evening.

The Addicks host bottom-of-the-table Milton Keynes on Tuesday evening.