Ben Amos pulled off a number of crucial saves as Charlton Athletic came from behind to beat Rochdale on Tuesday night.
The Addicks fell behind early on to Matthew Gillam's strike on the quarter-hour mark before Jake Forster-Caskey equalised in the 35th minute.
Amos made a fine stop to thwart Ian Henderson shortly after the restart, before Forster-Caskey poked home his second of the game to put Charlton ahead on the hour-mark.
Charlton had the Wanderers loanee to thank for claiming all three points as he pulled off a superb one-handed save late on, somehow tipping Bradden Inman's volley over the bar.
Amos and the Addicks are next in action on Saturday when they travel to Scunthorpe United.