Zamora, who joined the club in January 2012 and was plunged straight into a relegation dog fight, says that the rifts in the squad then were so deep that he would have gladly missed the weekdays because of the animosity in the team.
"For myself, it was more a case of just wishing at times that you didn't have to go training for a week and could just turn up for a Saturday," said Zamora. "Because when game time comes everyone is fighting for the same cause. Two seasons ago, during the week sometimes tempers could flare.
"The club has come on in terms of the squad, the management, the facilities, the training pitches. All aspects of the club are a lot better than two and half years ago. There are only four or five lads left from that time and there has been a big turnaround. There is a good togetherness."
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