The Potters are on course for their first top-half finish in the top flight since 1975 in what is manager Mark Hughes's first campaign in charge.
However, Cameron believes that the team should be looking higher up the table next term.
"I think the platform is to get higher next season, maybe finish in the Europa League," the USA international told Sky Sports News.
"Then a year under Hughes's management, the way we've been playing, we've got the style under control now and the way we want to do things and maybe get into the top six."
Stoke return to Premier League action on Saturday when they host relegation-threatened Fulham.