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Former Charlton Athletic transfer target Stephen Humphrys earned praise off Wigan Athletic manager Leam Richardson for earning them a 2-1 win yesterday.

The Addicks had taken the lead through Elliot Lee’s close-range header before Alex Gilbey struck the bar.

Will Keane levelled from the penalty spot before Humphrys, on the South London club’s list of targets before he joined Wigan, finished from a corner with 16 minutes of normal time remaining.

“Stephen Humphrys came off the bench and we always say to the subs, either maintain or lift the levels, and thankfully Stephen has got the goal to win us the game today,” said Richardson.

“From the outset, Josh Magennis, Will and Callum Lang led the line tirelessly all afternoon and Stephen gets the credit for their hard work. With his attributes, Stephen took the tempo of the game up a level as well.

“It was hard-fought, challenging in spells, but we carried the momentum for most of the afternoon.

“The start of the game was obviously disappointing, but the character and the response from the lads were fantastic.

“Charlton are going to offer a real threat and keep you honest all afternoon, they’ve been going well themselves.

“On the balance of play, we deserved the win today.

“The lads were on a fantastic run, they then lost their first away league game since the opening day of the season at Sheffield Wednesday, and the lads take full credit for that because of the hard work that they put in.

“Eleven players never win a league, never win a cup, it’s about the squad and we’ll need every player in our squad going forwards because we have a lot of healthy challenges going forwards as well, starting Tuesday.”

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