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The end goal is clear

23 February 2023

Club News

The end goal is clear

23 February 2023

Cameron Dawson is determined to do all he can to help the Owls achieve the main objective come the end of the season.

There have been positives from all departments at the club this season, not least defensively where the Owls have already posted a club record number of clean sheets in a single campaign.

Combine that with equalling the club record of 19 consecutive league games without defeat, a record dating back to the early 60s, and there is plenty to be proud of for the staff, squad and supporters.

But for Dawson, the only thing that will truly count come May is a return to the Championship.

He said: “I’m obviously very proud of the clean sheets and to have played a part in that. It’s a record that has stood for years so to get it over the line was great. We have a lot of games to come and we’d like to put more on the board.

“It’s not just the goalies and defenders – if you came to the training ground now there are black eyes, broken hands and all sorts!

“There have been bodies on the line week in, week out so credit to the lads in front of us. Myself and Stocky have been fortunate enough to be involved in that.

“But the end goal isn’t clean sheets and records in that sense, it’s making sure we get promoted come the end of the season and that’s what we are working towards.”


The 27-year-old, who won promotion last season on loan with Exeter, would love nothing more than to help steer the Owls back to the second tier.

“It would mean a lot,” he explained. As a local lad but not just for that, I was involved in the season when we got relegated, a few of us here were, so it would mean a lot to - not necessarily to put it right - but to get the club back where it should be.

“We want to really kick on from here so it would mean a lot personally to be involved in a successful season.”

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