Polish striker Michal Zyro has left Wolverhampton Wanderers to spend the remainder of the season on loan at League 1 side Charlton Athletic.

Having moved to Molineux at the beginning of 2016, a 15-month lay off through a serious knee injury has inevitably made it hard for him to establish himself in the first team.

His only two appearances this season have been as a second-half substitute in Wolves 2-0 victory over Southampton in the second round of the Carabao Cup and he also played an hour in the next round of the cup against Bristol Rovers.  However he has not featured since.

Charlton manager Karl Robinson was full in his praise of an addition to the squad that he hopes will help sustain his sides promotion bid.  Charlton are currently in sixth spot in League One.

“Michał is tall, athletic, has range in his movement and will offer something that we have not got. He can play up top in a one, or alongside Josh Magennis in a two, and he is very hungry to show what he can do.

“He can play with his back to goal and, having spoken to him, he wanted to come to a club that are striving to achieve success come the end of the season.”

Zyro may not have to wait long to make his debut for his new side with Charlton away to Blackpool on Saturday.

 


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