"We’ve got no one to fear," says the Bluebirds' skipper...Ahead of Cardiff City's Sky Bet Championship clash with Huddersfield Town, club captain Sean Morrison spoke to the assembled press and media at the Vale Resort.
The City defender reflected on the international break, explaining how it was of benefit to Neil Warnock’s men, before assessing Saturday’s opposition.
“It’s nice to recharge the batteries but we’re looking forward to getting going again now,” said Sean. “[The break] gave the Gaffer a lot of time to work with the team, and the boys who have been carrying knocks.
“[Huddersfield] have had a fantastic first quarter of the season. I think they’ve won a lot of games by keeping a clean sheet and winning 1-0, so they’re obviously a difficult unit to break down.
“We know they’re very good on the counter attack too. It should be a good game and an opportunity to get some points on the board. We’ve got to try and move up that table as quickly as possible now.
Morrison also revealed just what the Bluebirds have been working on under Warnock over the past two weeks.
Following a spirited performance in City’s narrow defeat at St James Park, the centre-half feels that his men are more than capable of competing with any side in the division.
“The Gaffer wants to try and unlock that door and get us scoring from open play more and not relying on set pieces,” he added.
“Since he’s walked through the door, we have belief that we can go anywhere and beat anyone. We all know that we need to be better though, individually, as a team and as a unit.
“All we can do is work hard on the training ground and instill that into the team on match-day. We’ve got no one to fear – we just need to go out there, do our jobs properly and with the Gaffer at the helm, we’ll be ok. The wins will come.”