PORTLAND star Brennan Camp admitted it was a "dream come true" to make his full professional debut in Bournemouth's 6-0 Carabao Cup loss at Norwich City.

Camp, 20, played the full 90 minutes for Scott Parker's youthful Cherries as they bowed out of the competition to the Canaries.

Former Weymouth and Dorchester loanee Camp was stationed at right-back and wore the 44 shirt, going on to pick up a booking in the 55th minute.

Norwich debutant Christos Tzolis opening the scoring before Kenny McLean and Lukas Rupp put Daniel Farke’s men into a 3-0 lead at half-time.

Josh Sargent added a fourth and assisted Tzolis for his second before grabbing his own brace with 16 minutes to play.

Taking to Twitter after the game, Cherries' academy graduate Camp spoke of his pride at completing his first game for the Dorset club.

He said: "Absolutely gutted with the result last night.

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"On a personal note it was a dream come true to make my debut for the club I’ve been at since I was seven.

"Thanks everyone for the kind messages. Hungry for more."