Arbroath begin what could be a pivotal festive period with this afternoon’s game against the team just above them in second place in League 2, Elgin City.
The Red Lichties will approach the match with confidence high following last week’s win in the Angus derby at Station Park against Forfar.
The victory came after successive defeats to Edinburgh City and Clyde.
Campbell is hoping his side can now make it two wins in a row against Elgin and leapfrog them into second.
He said: “Last week was a great result for us and a vital three points at Forfar.
“The boys were magnificent and played really well.
“It sets us up nicely for another big game at Gayfield against Elgin City.
“Football is a funny game at times. It is only a couple of weeks since we were beaten at home by Edinburgh City and then we were thumped on the Tuesday night in the cup at Clyde 5-0.
“Then we go the league leader’s home at Station Park and pull off a great result.
“We now know that if we beat Elgin, we will go above them into second.
“This is an important period coming up but it is vital we don’t look too far ahead and only concentrate what is immediately in front of us.
“My team will be along similar lines to last week but I am tempted to recall Bryan Prunty into the attack.”