Starting out with hometown club Derby County, Lee made 89 league appearances during a five-year spell that was punctuated with loans at Burton Albion, QPR and Norwich City.
Following a second spell at Loftus Road, he signed permanently for the club in 2007 and made over 60 Championship appearances before a return to the East Midlands with Nottingham Forest in 2009.
In four seasons at the City Ground, he played almost 200 games and became a Northern Ireland international, making his debut against Serbia in March 2011.
Camp was handed his Premier League chance with Norwich, having moved to Carrow Road in January 2013, but his stay was short lived as he signed for West Bromwich Albion that September.
A switch to AFC Bournemouth was rewarded with a Championship winners’ medal in 2014/15 but following the Cherries’ promotion, he remained in the second tier with spells at Rotherham United, Cardiff City and Sunderland (loan).
Camp joined Birmingham City ahead of the 2018/19 campaign and has been a permanent fixture since, making over 70 league appearances.