Frazier Campbell: 'Great escape is still on'

Fraizer Campbell of Cardiff is pursued by Dejan Lovren of Southampton during the Barclays Premier League match on April 12, 2014
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Frazier Campbell believes that Cardiff City can take inspiration from the other two promoted sides from last season, and escape Premier League relegation.

Cardiff City striker Frazier Campbell has insisted that the club can still avoid relegation.

The Bluebirds are three points from safety with four games to play following last week's win at Southampton.

The former Manchester United man believes that Cardiff can take inspiration from the other two sides who were promoted last year.

"We all watch [football] because we believe something special is going to happen," Campbell told The Mirror. "Hopefully we can be part of that miracle this year and survive.

"When [Crystal] Palace came up from the Championship with us and Hull [City], everyone expected all three of us to go back down. With their new manager, Palace have improved massively. They are nowhere near the relegation zone.

"Hull too have had a brilliant season and are in the FA Cup final, so we can take inspiration from that."

Cardiff's next game is against Stoke City on Saturday afternoon.

Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer prior to kick-off against Swansea during their Premier League match on February 8, 2014
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