Winger Looks To Build On PerformancesHenry Cameron aims to keep impressing manager Neil McDonald and retain his place in the Blackpool side this season.
The winger has started all three league games so far and has been pleased with his individual displays, though acknowledges that results are required.
"I've started the first three league games and I think my personal performances have been good. As a team we need to start winning games," he told the official website.
"We just need to take our chances more and score goals. We've played well in spells but we need to manage the game better and be good for the full 90 minutes."
Cameron is one of two youth team graduates to be regularly starting for the side at the moment, with Bright Osayi-Samuel the other.
"I think we've handled ourselves really well so far this season. We're both working hard to keep improving and give our best performances on the pitch."
An announcement yesterday revealed that Cameron had been shortlisted for a 'Rising Star' award at the MBNA North West football awards, competing against the likes of Raheem Sterling and Zach Clough.
"It's nice to be nominated and noticed for my performances. I'm up against some big names and really good players but it's still nice to be nominated," he added.
Supporters can vote for Henry Cameron to win the accolade by visiting www.northwestfootballawards.com orwww.facebook.com/NWFAwards
Voting closes on Friday 16 October.