By Gabriel Tan
The 23-year-old, who is in his first year at the Jurong East Stadium, has established himself as one of the competition's most dangerous players with his blend of pace and trickery, and has already found the back of the net three times despite playing as an out-and-out winger.
Two of those goals came in Albirex's 4-2 loss to Home United earlier back in March, when he almost singlehandedly salvaged a share of the spoils for his side but despite being one of the first names on coach Koichi Sugiyama's starting XI, Kamimura believes there is still plenty of improvement left to come.
"I am not at all content with my performance so far this season," he told ESPNSTAR.com exclusively.
"I have a big ambition and to achieve it, I have to practice more each day. I am always thinking about the game and I attach importance to a positive style of football."
While Albirex were expected to take awhile to come to terms with the off-season departures of Shimpei Sakurada, Tatsuro Inui and Bruno Castanheira, Kamimura believes the fact that he had been part of the club last year helped as there weren't any expectations for him to live up to.
"There wasn't much pressure on me personally because I didn't watch any of them play last season," the former Mito Hollyhock man admitted.
"Instead, this year's Albirex has a completely new colour and we try to do our best."
And while it has already been an impressive year for the White Swans as they finished the first round of the campaign in fifth, Kamimura there is plenty more to come from both himself and the team.
"Personally, I am sure I will get more than 10 goals by the end of the season," he declared.
"On a team level, we are hoping to win all three titles [S.League, RHB Singapore Cup and League Cup] and we want to finish the season with a smile."
Albirex get their campaign back underway on Sunday when they take on SAFFC at the Choa Chu Kang Stadium.