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Keeper Camp set to leave Forest

Lee Camp
Camp has saved two penalties for the Reds this season

Nottingham Forest's on-loan goalkeeper Lee Camp has said he believes he has played his last game for the club.

Camp threw his shirt into the crowd as the Reds players celebrated Sunday's 3-2 victory at Norwich City.

Camp told BBC Radio Nottingham: "That'll be my last game, the manager who brought me here and wanted me has now left the club.

"Nottingham Forest have had the opportunity to sort it and stalled and now I'm going back to QPR."

Since joining the club Camp has become a favourite amongst the club's supporters, who were chanting in support of the goalkeeper during the match at Carrow Road.

The highlight of his loan spell was a last minute penalty save at the home of his former club and the Reds' local-rivals Derby County, Camp's save secured a point for Forest in a 1-1 draw.

Two weeks later he saved a late penalty at Bristol City as the Reds held on for a 2-2 draw.

Camp added: "I am enjoying playing and the fans have taken to me which is good and it has given me the opportunity to be in the East Midlands around the family.

"If the opportunity came [to stay] I would strongly look at it but it's completely out of my hands at the minute.

"Maybe the new manager will come in and not even consider me."

Forest have confirmed that negotiations with QPR over Camp's future will not resume until the Reds appoint a new manager.



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Calderwood happy with Camp choice
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Forest can turn it around - Camp
21 Oct 08 |  Nottm Forest
Forest sign keeper Camp from QPR
20 Oct 08 |  Nottm Forest


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