Fleetwood Town midfielder Callum Camps spoke to the press after scoring a brace in Fleetwood Town’s 4-1 win over Bristol Rovers at the Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Camps – who is now up to eight goals so far this campaign – opened the scoring on the afternoon with a brilliant 30-yard free-kick, which flew past Jordi van Stappershoef, before finished his double with a delicate chip in the second half.
Here’s what Callum had to say after the game:
On the game…
“I think the way we started and the way everybody pressed really set the tone for the whole team and obviously we got the goal and came away with the three points. Bristol got their tails up when their goal went in, so it was important to get our third when we did.
“There was a couple of early free-kicks that I fancied but I took the third one and luckily it went in as Charlie Mulgrew backed me to take it. Most of the time you can put a ball in on a free-kick and the opposition can come away on the counter but luckily the one I took went in.”
On the nature of the current squad…
“There’s a demand every day for competition in training but it keeps you on your toes, the current squad and the players that have come in we all know if you’re not training well there’s another player to come and take your place.
“The current players were definitely a factor in me coming here, I always knew I’d become a better player alongside the players here.”