Right time for Rams loan, says DJ
But the striker, who scored his first goal for the Rams deep into injury-time to earn Nigel Clough's side a 2-2 home draw against West Brom last weekend, was so keen for the chance to get some first-team football that he managed to engineer the move to Pride Park. "He (Pearson) didn't want me to go - that's the reason the loan took so long to go through," Campbell told the Derby Telegraph. "But I wanted to come here and play because I've not really been getting a look-in at Leicester and it's been tough. "I'm 28 and I need to be playing games week-in, week-out, so that's the main reason I came here." Campbell also revealed he would be open to extending his initial month-long stay at Derby if he was playing regularly. "I'm happy to be here and we'll see what happens at the end of it. If things are going well and I'm playing and scoring goals, we will see where that takes us."
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