Last Updated: Thu, 04 Oct 2012 16:30
Rob Hulse feels Charlton have plenty going for them this season despite seeing his new side fall to defeat in his first match.
The striker made his debut as a late substitute in Tuesday night's 2-1 home defeat by Watford, 24 hours after joining on loan from QPR, and could start at Blackpool on Saturday.
"It was disappointing, but after my first look at the team I think we're a good side and we were a bit unlucky," said Hulse.
"There are lots of good players here, and at this level you have got to play as a team. It's a good side with lots of energy and I'd take heart from seeing that.
"It's a young side and there are some talented boys here. Obviously they were very down but I see it turning very quickly.
"We just need to be a bit shrewder in front of goal and perhaps not give away free-kicks because, at this level, you get punished."
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