Campbell targets two more wins

BY foxsports • April 11, 2011

Blackpool remain in serious trouble at the bottom of the table after Sunday's defeat to Arsenal extended their run to just one win in their last 12 games. Ian Holloway's men remain fearless in attack but fortune has not favoured them since the turn of the year and they are defensively error-prone. Campbell said: "It is tough taking a defeat, especially with the points we need at the moment. "We are still out of the bottom three but we are still in trouble and have got another six games left. "We have got to move on now and hopefully get results against Wigan, Newcastle and Stoke." Blackpool's away record is superior to their home statistics but their future is likely be settled at Bloomfield Road. The Tangerines will face Wigan, Stoke, Newcastle and Bolton at home in the closing weeks with difficult trips to Tottenham and Manchester United to come. Campbell added: "Hopefully we can pick up two or three wins. "It is going to be tough. It won't be easy but the lads have got to be believing and digging deep. Hopefully our luck will turn." Campbell's appearance against Arsenal was his first in six weeks after serving a three-match ban for his sending off at Wolves. The 29-year-old added: "I am just getting my sharpness back and hopefully against Wigan I will be a lot sharper and I can take my chances."

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