Campbell looks to start
Queens Park Rangers,
A season plagued by injury has left QPR striker DJ Campbell frustrated at Loftus Road but he believes he still has a part to play.
The 30-year-old striker has started just one match since his move to the club last summer as a series of injuries and then the January arrival of both Bobby Zamora and Djibril Cisse have restricted his appearances.
He is desperate to play this weekend in the must win clash with Stoke on Sunday and is hoping to get the nod from Mark Hughes.
"When I was injured I spoke to Mark Hughes and he said he wanted me back fit. Now I'm back, I've been on the bench a couple of times and I haven't played the part I expected to or wanted to," Campbell told London24.com.
"But I'm there if he needs me and I'm sure he knows that. I feel I have a part to play in the last two games, now I just have to see if I get it. It's down to the gaffer.
"It has been a very frustrating season with the injuries I've had, they've been more or less long-term injuries so it's been tough. Last season I didn't have one injury. It's frustrating but I've got to get on with it.
"It means a lot for me to pull on the shirt, and I would have liked it to have been a better season both for me personally and for the club. I had several options in the summer, but I chose QPR because I still feel it is my club."