Crystal Palace have made a great start to the season, and currently sit in seventh place in the Premier League table.
The Eagles have climbed into seventh place in the Premier League table, despite facing some tough matches so far, and have already shown their class on the big stage.
Palace added the likes of Yohan Cabaye, Connor Wickham and Patrick Bamford to their ranks over the summer transfer window, as they showed an ambition to build on their encouraging end to last season.
And the changes that Alan Pardew has made seem to have worked, with Palace picking up notable victories over the likes of Chelsea and Aston Villa, and Campbell says that the mood within the group is very positive.
"There is a great feeling amongst the squad and we take the games as they come along, with our record so far we have something to build on," the striker said. "Since the gaffer came in at the start of the year we have been a completely different team and at the back end of last season we showed we can get the ball down and play some good football. Results improved massively and we have taken that into this season.
"It is about keeping some consistency and not getting too caught up in where we are in the league table but taking it step by step and hopefully go on and do really well this season."
Campbell has been a peripheral figure for Palace this season, and he seems to have slipped down the pecking order at Selhurst Park due to the increased competition.
The 28-year-old has played just three times for Pardew's side so far this campaign, and two of these appearances came as a second-half substitute.
The task for Campbell, therefore, will be to prove that he still has a part to play, and he will be hoping to get on the scoresheet in his side's next game, which comes against West Bromwich Albion this weekend.