BRENNAN Camp expressed his “relief” after breaking his Weymouth duck in the 4-0 thrashing of Wealdstone on Saturday.

Bournemouth loanee right-back Camp, 20, put the Terras 2-0 up with a composed volley from 12 yards.

Having come close to scoring a number of times this season, his strike ended a 44-game wait for a maiden goal.

Born in Dorchester and raised in Portland, Camp is one of a handful of local players plying their trade at the Terras.

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And the former Magpies loanee joked his teammates were more pleased than him after he was mobbed in the goal celebrations.

“I’ve been waiting a long time for that one,” he told Echosport.

“I could’ve scored again but I’ll take that one. I try and get myself forward as much as I can, especially playing at right-back.

“The ball just fell to me, I’ve got a good contact and luckily for me it’s gone in.

“I think you can tell by my celebration the relief when it went in.

“Before I joined in my past few years at Bournemouth I’ve actually scored quite a few goals.

“To not get one this far in playing for Weymouth has been a bit annoying.

“I always knew if I kept getting forward and had chances then I’d put one away.”

Camp revealed banter from teammates had been rife as his quest for a first goal went on.

He said: “They’ve given me a bit of stick this season because I haven’t scored.

“I think some of them were more happy than I was! That was good to see.

“All that matters was that we won the game.”