Phillips happy with Fuller deal
Charlton Athletic striker Bradley Wright-Phillips is excited with the signing of ex-Premier League forward Ricardo Fuller.
The Addicks bolstered their attacking options with the signing of the front man, who moved on a free transfer to the London club from Stoke City. Manager Chris Powell had been monitoring the strikers' movements and last week bagged his target man. Fuller's arrival means there is increased competition in the side, but last season's top scorer Bradley Wright-Phillips believes only good things can arise from the signing. "The last thing I want is to get relegated and Ricardo Fuller would still be a good signing for a Premier League club - that's not me exaggerating." "So to have someone that has made a name for themselves at that level come to Charlton can only be a good thing."