He hopes their combined knowledge will help Town become more clinical after claiming just one win from their first three games of the season.
Charlton said: “We’ve got to learn to take our chances when they come around, because we’ll get fewer opportunities in this division than we’re used to.
“Everything you work for and earn, you’ve got to take – and that’ll be exactly the same against Sheffield.”
Eagles coach Mark Aston is aiming to back up last week’s 52-20 win at Swinton, in which Peter Green starred to earn the Premier Sports Player of the Week award, with a third win of the season when Sheffield travel to Workington on Sunday.
Patch Walker looks set for a recall after watching the Swinton fixture alongside Aston.