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Cameron: Give me the Swans job
The 33-year-old took temporary charge for Saturday’s 2-2 league draw with Faversham Town at Stompond Lane, before his men dumped derby rivals and Ryman Division One South leaders Walton Casuals out of the League Cup with a 2-1 triumph in midweek.
Cameron, overlooked for the hotseat at Waterside Drive prior to Mark Hams’ appointment, was former Stags boss Mick Sullivan’s assistant two seasons ago and was in charge of the club’s reserves last year before switching to the Swans in the summer.
And he admitted he would relish the step up.
“When I was a overlooked in the summer I came to pastures knew and I’m enjoying it here,” he said.
“The club has an esteemed history in non-League football.
“I’ve got the full support of the players and would love the chance to stay permanently.”
The Swans, without a league game tomorrow, face Kingstonian in the next round of the competition on Monday.
“We’ve beaten two of the best teams in our league already, so we will be going there to give it a go,” added Cameron.