"It was a massive confidence boost, hearing something like that from someone like Glenn Hoddle, but I know I have to take it with a pinch of salt," Campbell told the Telegraph.
"But I've definitely improved since my first cap. When I was picked, I'd just come back from a long-term injury and was still trying to refind my feet. But now I feel match fit, have played a lot of games consecutively and am a much better player.
"It's about that consistency of performance and if you can do it week in, week out then you don't know where it can take you."
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