In the coming weeks, the loan deal that has brought Lee Camp to Dean Court from The Hawthorns is due to expire. Coincidentally at the same time Camp's contract at West Brom will enable him to move on a free transfer, prompting speculation that Camp could make the switch to Dean Court permanent.
On that possibility, Camp has been quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "We are where we are. I think my loan and my contract run out the same day. We have got a busy period of games with some big fixtures coming up, a lot of winnable fixtures, so the focus is fully on that. The club have been excellent in their dealings – originally when I first came down and then with the extension last week – and it has all gone very smoothly. But I think they know my situation. If the time is right, I am sure they will speak to me one way or the other. I am here. That is how I look at it. If I wasn’t open to coming here, I would have had an easy life at West Brom for a couple more months and done a bit of training and grabbed a coffee in the afternoon. But that is not in my nature. I am in the shop window and who knows, Bournemouth may offer first dibs on me. I am enjoying my time, I like the manager, I like the staff and I like the place, so there are a lot of positives".
Source: Cherries MAD