Nottingham Forest's Lee Camp confident on ankle injury

Lee Camp
Camp has played in every game for Forest this season

Nottingham Forest keeper Lee Camp is confident he will be fit for Thursday's play-off semi-final first leg against Swansea despite an ankle injury.

Camp, 26, hurt his left ankle in the 3-0 win over Crystal Palace and had to be taken off with 15 minutes left.

He told BBC Radio Nottingham: "I rolled it first half on one of the kicks. It was sore and got gradually worse during the second half. But everything's okay.

"For precautionary measures I came off. It's a little sore but I'll be fit."

Saturday's impressive victory at Selhurst Parkexternal-link confirmed Forest's spot in the Championship play-offs and Camp insisted that, with their place already assured, they were not going to take any risks in the closing stages of the game in south London.

"The last thing we really wanted was to get a dodgy back-pass on my left foot or something like that and do it worse," he added.

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