JOHN Coleman believes his 12th-placed Stanley side need one more win to guarantee their League One safety.

Rosaire Longelo and Tommy Leigh were on target as Coleman’s men came from behind to record a 2-1 win against Charlton at the Wham Stadium.

The Reds had to play the last 27 minutes with 10 men after Leigh was sent off for an elbow on Sean Clare.

Coleman was delighted with his side’s performance against the Addicks and singled out Sean McConville for praise.

“We need just one more win to be mathematically safe, a belt and braces job,” said Coleman.

“I am delighted with the win, the character we showed, and we played some excellent football and stayed organised at the end.

“Our second goal was fantastic, not just Tommy’s finish, but Colby’s ball to him, Colby was a constant threat.

“I don’t think there was one player today who didn’t run themselves into the ground or contribute to the game and that includes the substitutes.

“Sean McConville was outstanding, the back three were man mountains and we worked really hard for the win.

“We have done the double over Charlton and play Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday – one of the fans said to me that was the stuff of dreams for Accrington Stanley years ago.”

The result leaves Coleman’s men 12th in the League One table despite having a game in hand on most of the sides around them.