Colwill post-Luton | We're all together
City's Rubin Colwill spoke to the press after the Bluebirds recorded a 2-1 away win at Luton Town on Saturday afternoon.
The Wales international opened the scoring after just ten minutes.
"It is always great to get a goal," Rubin began. "It was good to give us a lead early. I thought it went in but then nobody really celebrated. But the ref obviously checked his watch and it said it went in.
"We had good chances and we didn't put them away. And then we were under the cosh for about fifteen minutes but we fought back, got ourselves in the game, and got that winning goal."
Colwill played a key part in the comeback victory against Preston North End one week earlier, before starting the midweek fixture with Hull City on the subs bench. He continued: "Everyone goes through the journey of trying to cement a nailed on place in the team every week.
"I'm just going to keep working hard. Something for me personally is to improve on my decision making - when to run, and when to pass. That's normally the message to me. Try and get that right, try and beat people and try and make stuff happen.
"I've worked with Steve before with the U23s and I think the way he wants to play is clear. We've been working on it on the training pitch and now it is coming to fruition on the pitch on Saturdays and whenever else we play."
Cardiff City captain Sean Morrison scored the winner at Kenilworth Road after returning to the side. Rubin concluded: "Today showed we're all together. Mozza hasn't played a few games but he hasn't sulked or moaned, he wants the best for the team. He's come back in today and done a great job, and scored the winning goal.
"We've had a change in the style of play and as players, we needed to take more responsibility during the games. We've probably lost some games we shouldn't have. We've all come together now."