Neil Warnock spoke at Cardiff City Stadium following the Bluebirds' Premier League loss to Everton.
Neil began by explaining that his side must eradicate the type of errors that saw his side slip to Tuesday evening's disappointing defeat.
"There were mistakes from our point of view," he said. "But that's what happens at this level. If you make mistakes, you get punished, and we were.
"I don't think we're getting the rub of the green, like on Friday. I think there was a foul on Bobby [Decordova-Reid] before the first goal and on another day we could have got a penalty off [Michael] Keane. But we've got to make our own luck really.
"We've got ten games left - difficult games - and people will probably be rubbing their hands at playing us, but we aren't going to go down without a fight."
City are next in action as they travel to face Wolves, with the Gaffer eyeing a response from his men at Molineux this weekend.
"We've got to regroup and I know what my team is now for Saturday," added Neil. "Wolves is always a great place to go to and Nuno [Espírito Santo] has done a great job there. I'm looking forward to that now.
"With ten games to go, we've still got a chance. It's up to me now to make sure that we play the right team and have a go.
"We've got one or two coming back this weekend and I'm sure we can go there and give a good account of ourselves. We've got a lot of character and we won't give in without a fight."