Guy Luzon's men have impressed in recent weeks, and even after Michail Antonio had cancelled out Frederic Bulot's opener for the Addicks, Bulot responded with the winning goal to move Charlton up into 12th place in the Championship table.
Bulot naturally stole the headlines on Tuesday night, but Wednesday has certainly belonged to his team mate Tony Watt after a video of the Scottish striker went viral.
Watt, a January signing from Standard Liege, has made an impressive start to life in South London, hitting three goals in 11 appearances - including a brace against Huddersfield Town on Saturday.
Yet now, the former Celtic prospect - who famously scored the winning goal against Barcelona in a Champions League game for the Bhoys back in November 2012 - is something of an internet phenomenon after a piece of skill against Nottingham Forest.
With time ticking away, Charlton needed to waste some time and run down the clock to seal all three points. Fortunately, they could call upon Bulot and Watt to do just that.
Watt produced some sensational skill to keep hold of the ball, as well as draw fouls from frustrated Forest defenders - wasting a total of two minutes, 22 seconds to kill the game off.
The video has been spread around the internet throughout the day, with many applauding Watt's upper body strength and outstandingly quick feet to keep possession when Charlton needed it.
That's a devastating combination - and Watt will continue to try and prove Celtic wrong for selling him to Standard Liege last summer.