Bolton Wanderers goalkeeper Ben Amos has spent the season on loan in Sky Bet League One with Charlton Athletic, and despite his loan spell ending in disappointing with defeat in the Play-Off semi final with Shrewsbury Town, the keeper has said he would be honoured to play for the South London club again.
Amos took to Twitter following Charlton’s defeat in the Midlands, and said his thanks to the fans of Charlton.
He wrote: “I want to thank everyone at the club and the fans who supported us this season. In February we were dead and buried but pulled off an incredible comeback to get into the play-offs”
“There’s nothing I wanted more than to win at Wembley for you all. I gave everything I had, as those closest to me can attest to. A touch more luck and composure and we could have pulled it off.”
Following their Play-Off exit, many Charlton Athletic fans have pleaded with Ben Amos to join the club again next season, whether it be on loan or this time on a more permanent basis.
And whilst he is uncertain on what the future holds for him, Amos has spoken about his admiration for the Addicks.
“I can’t speak on the future, all I can say is I would be honoured to play for this club again at some point in time,” he said.
“Please don’t take for granted what you have here, the players will need your unwavering support going forward. Whatever happens, I’ll be routing for you.”