Cardiff manager Neil Warnock insists it would be a ‘miracle’ should his side avoid relegation this season.
The Bluebirds dropped into the bottom three following Southampton’s 2-0 win over Fulham on Wednesday, and Warnock insists his side have it all to do if they are to avoid a swift return to the Championship.
“It would be a miracle (to stay up), I have said that all along,” Warnock told his pre-match press conference.
“But even more so having had to go through what we have had to go through in the last few months.
“It has just been unreal really, but you just have to get on with it. I think the club has been fantastic, the supporters have never wavered and we have to concentrate on that.”
Warnock will be hoping his side can react when they travel to Wolves on Saturday, having suffered heavy defeats in the past week against both Watford and Everton.
Victor Camarasa is available following a calf problem, whilst on-loan Oumar Niasse will return having been ineligible for Tuesday’s defeat to parent-club Everton.