The Islanders have become a formidable force up front in recent years, with their prowess in maul situations a particular feature of their success.
They broke into the top half of the Championship table for the first time last term, but Campbell suggests a more rounded approach will be key to achieve further improvement.
‘If teams don’t know how to deal with a maul then we can score points with a maul, but we’ve got a back line that can punish teams out wide too,’ he said. ‘We need to be as three-dimensional as possible, using backs and forwards in unison, mauls, lineouts, playing first phase, second phase – everything.’
Full story in Tuesday’s JEP.