ALBION have made three players available for loan after ending Jake Forster-Caskey’s long association with the club by letting him move to Charlton.

Midfielder Rohan Ince, winger Kazenga LuaLua and full-back Rob Hunt could all depart from the Amex during the January transfer window.

Boss Chris Hughton told The Argus: “The two players that were close to going out in the summer would have been Rohan Ince and Kazenga, because of lack of playing time.

“They would perhaps be two players we would have to very much think about and, also, depending on where we are, young Rob Hunt, who has done really well for us and trains with the first team every day now.

“If there was an opportunity for him towards the end of the window it’s one we might do, but we certainly won’t take any chances.”

Ince, borrowed by Fulham last season, and Hunt are both set to feature in tomorrow’s FA Cup third round tie against MK Dons at the Amex.

The suspended LuaLua has been linked with Championship rivals Queens Park Rangers.

Irish midfielder Richie Towell, also starved of first team game time and poised for involvement in tomorrow’s tie, will be staying put.

Hughton said: “He’s trained very well. He’s been unfortunate. We’ve got players in that position, but he’s versatile, he’s good in the group and at this moment I don’t have any desire for him to go.”

Forster-Caskey joined Charlton yesterday on a two-and-a-half-year deal after his season-long loan deal with Rotherham was terminated by mutual consent by Albion and their Championship rivals.

The 22-year-old played only six times in the league for Rotherham and made the last of his 82 appearances for the Seagulls in August 2015.

Hughton said: “Before my time and in my first period here, Jake was very involved, but with our recruitment and the way I want to play in that midfield area it has become more difficult for him. He’s a young lad that wants to play.”

Youth team product and ex-England under-21 Forster-Caskey’s exit ends a decade-long association with Albion dating back to when stepdad and former skipper Nicky Forster signed.

He links up again at Charlton with Karl Robinson, his manager in two loan spells last season with MK Dons.

Forster told The Argus: “This is something Jake has needed for a while. He’s been out on loan a couple of times and you don’t really belong.

“Brighton have been so successful it’s been difficult to get a run in the team. What I admire about him is he wants to play - he’s not happy just to drift and chill out.

“It’s a good deal. The manager knows him and likes him. It’s the end of an era. He would have loved to have prolonged his time at Brighton, but this is part and parcel of the game.”