Campo bemoans lack of fortune
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Spaniard was speaking on the back of his side's draw against Manchester United, and insisted Wanderers had the quality in their ranks to ensure top-flight survival.
"We are trying to get away from there (relegation places), and I believe we can be much higher," said the Real Madrid stopper.
"We have players with a lot of quality like Djorkaeff and Okocha, known throughout Europe, that have won titles and played in World Cups.
"They are basic pieces at Bolton, but we have not had any luck."
On a personal level, Campo declared his joy at life in Lancashire and revealed the special relationship he enjoys with the Bolton fans.
"It's a shame to leave such a complete team as Real Madrid, but life does not end there," opined the 28-year-old.
"Everything here is fantastic: the manager, Sam Allardyce, and the fans who have treated me phenomenally.
"I would want to dedicate it to them if we stay up.
"In Spain you don't get an atmosphere like there is here (in England)."
The former Mallorca defender also confessed his happiness at the arrival of compatriot Salva at the Reebok, and suggested that the number of Spaniards joining the English game could continue to grow apace.
"Salva has been coming out with me and my wife.
"I also speak to (Vicente) Engonga (Coventry), Ricardo (Manchester United) and Pablo (Counago - Ipswich).
"We are very few at the moment, but we'll have to see if we're slowly opening up a new market."