John Pritchard: Cam, it’s now eight unbeaten. Confidence in the camp must be high.
Cam Murray: Confidence is sky-high. Dulwich was a tough place to go and we were pleased to come away with a positive result. It was a good atmosphere with it being Non-League day. To be fair, I think the lads enjoy playing in front of big crowds and it brings the best out of us. You can see it home games when the crowd is behind us, we do go up an extra notch.
JP: The battle for places in the team is a good one and a tough one. The quality in the midfield speaks for itself and your form is good. The fans seem to take a real liking to you and that must be a good feeling?
CM: The squad is so good and competition for places is good. Every time someone does step in they always put in a good shift. I’ve just got to keep doing that and keep working hard. It’s always nice to get support from the fans and if they are liking you then you must be doing something right!
JP: You scored a very good team goal against Concord Rangers and arguably could have had more. It must be a great feeling scoring in front of a big crowd at home.
CM: Of course and I should have had the match ball to be fair! I was finishing like Thommo wasn’t I? But no, it’s all a work in progress and I got myself into some good positions. The main thing is always the three points.
JP: Dover next up in a big game in the Emirates FA Cup. An occasion to look forward to in what should be a big crowd at the Bob Lucas Stadium.
CM: Yes it promises to be a good day. We are at home which is a massive positive. The boys will be up for the challenge and I think whenever there is a bigger occasion we keep turning up. It will be a tricky test and they are a good side so we will have to match them, but we will be up for that test, definitely!