Chris Hughton believes Birmingham have moved on from their 'hard-working' tag.
A glimpse at the Blues squad would certainly suggest there are more strings to the their bow - Mikael Forssell, Christophe Dugarry, David Dunn and Clinton Morrison, for a start.
Steve Bruce's men have slipped slightly to seventh since a storming start to the Premiership campaign that kicked-off with a 1-0 win against us at St Andrews on the opening day.
"The same thing is levelled at Charlton and it's a little unfair now," said first team coach Chris.
"Both have quality players and they wouldn't be where there are now if that wasn't the case.
"But I thought we were unfortunate not to get something at their place on the first day of the the season especially after putting them under a lot of pressure in the second half.
"It will be an opportunity to turn that around. It's a home game on the back of the win against Palace and certainly from a fitness point of view, we're looking in good shape."