If Brentford's defenders want to get any sleep tonight, they would be well advised to stay off You Tube.

For lurking within is apparently a video featuring a treasure trove of goals from Charlton Athletic summer signing from AZ Alkmaar, Icelandic international winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson.

The 23 year old, who had spells with both Chelsea and Fulham in his youth, was identified as one of the Addicks' three key men by George Jones, of the South London Press.

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He said: “I've not seen him play yet, but there's a You Tube video showing him whacking all these goals from 25 yards out, so it looks like he could be quite handy. He has played in the Europa League and also scored a hat-trick for Iceland in a World Cup qualifier against Switzerland last year.”

Another of Charlton's foreign legion to have signed this summer, and Jones' choice as Charlton's second danger man, is Angolan international striker Igor Vetokele, who signed from Danish side FC Copenhagen.

Jones said: “Igor has been the stand out player in pre-season. He looks sharp, likes to run with the ball and is pretty quick. He scored a great goal against Portsmouth at the weekend, and has played in the Champions League.”

Experienced: Igor Vetokele has played Champions League football
           

Jones' third choice is a more familiar name to Brentford fans, Charlton skipper Johnny Jackson, who has played in five out of the last six meetings between the two sides.

He added: “Johnny always seems to pop up with a goal. When he first came to the club he was played at left back by Phil Parkinson, but he was then moved to the left wing and responded with 12 goals as Charlton won League One, then moved to central midfield for their first season in the Championship and scored 12 more.

“He didn't get as many last season but still pops up with vital goals, including a last minute winner against QPR and the goal against Watford which secured Charlton's survival. He has been sitting deeper in pre-season though.”

Important goals: Johnny Jackson has the knack for Charlton

Charlton have a clean bill of health for their visit to Griffin Park aside from summer signing from Coventry, Franck Moussa, who has been struggling with a back injury but may make the squad.