Matthew Fry made a goalscoring debut for Charlton Athletic on Saturday as the League One side went down to a 3-1 away defeat at Huddersfield Town.
Fry joined Charlton just before the start of the new campaign, having spent three months at the Valley last season. However, he has had to wait for his debut until Saturday afternoon's contest in Yorkshire. He came on in the 89th minute and was soon celebrating when his deflected effort from the edge of the area gave Charlton a late consolation.
Charlton are eighth in the early standings, with seven points from four games. Fry is not the only West Ham connection at the club with Christian Dailly and Kyel Reid both in Phil Parkinson's squad. Fry, 20 next month, is on loan at Charlton until January.