LYLE TAYLOR is able to assist Charlton’s survival combat after peace talks with supervisor Lee Bowyer.
Striker Taylor was refusing to play as his contract runs out, however he contacted Bowyer to supply to return to coaching instantly.
Taylor is now anticipated to return again into the squad this weekend following his prolonged exile after lockdown was lifted.
The contract insurgent feared he would put a transfer in danger however is now keen to hold on and put himself within the store window.
Taylor’s stance had angered the membership who have been even trying into stopping his wages throughout his ‘strike’ earlier than this dramatic U-turn.
His Charlton team-mates have been informed of the shock change of thoughts and he shall be welcomed regardless of some feeling his earlier remarks have been poor.
Taylor will begin with private coaching however may even make the squad for the crunch match at Hull Metropolis on Saturday.
Within the meantime Bowyer’s squad are due for a run out with Fulham at this time as they finalise their programme.
It comes as new proprietor Paul Elliott promised followers to not do a Matt Southall after taking up at The Valley.
Former chairman Southall fell out spectacularly with Addicks followers after allegedly treating himself to a luxurious Thames riverside condominium, Vary Rover and bills out of membership funds.
However Elliott – who accomplished his takeover of controlling firm East Avenue Investments – used his first interview to pledge he won’t be draining sources from the South Londoners.