Aaron Ramsey celebrates his goal against Leicester City...

Ramsey post-LCFC | Positives & lessons to take

City midfielder Aaron Ramsey spoke following the 2-1 defeat against Leicester City on Saturday afternoon.

It was a valiant display from the Bluebirds, but another late goal hurt Erol Bulut's side.

"There are a lot of positives to take from the game," Aaron began. "Especially in the second half. We need to learn to see out these games in the last few minutes, as that is the second time this has happened late on. But our opponents also have had a bit of luck with those goals, with the ball bouncing fortunately for them at the right time.

"We're early days into the season. It was evident, especially in the second half there, where we controlled large periods and created chances, that we aren't far off where we want to be.

"On a personal note, I'm very happy to be back and scoring again in a Cardiff City jersey."

Aaron Ramsey celebrates his goal against Leicester City...

And what a goal it was. Rambo was found by City skipper Joe Ralls. He unleashed an unstoppable strike from the left side, right-footed, that flew into the top corner of the net.

He continued: "I fancied it today, especially after last week hitting the bar. I was gutted not to score at home. I couldn't have struck it any better today. Thankfully it went in the top corner.

"It was one of them days where I'm buzzing to finally score again in that shirt but disappointed not to come away with something."

Aaron Ramsey applauds the City support...

After seeing his strike hit the net, Aaron sprinted to the City support in the far end of the pitch.

"The fans turned out in their numbers today, which is absolutely brilliant," he added. "For me to share that moment with them was really special and I wanted to make the effort to get to them and celebrate with them.

"It was a nice moment for me, giving back again."

Aaron Ramsey celebrates his goal against Leicester City...

City are back in league action in one week. While the points return hasn't been what Bulut or his team would have wanted thus far, Ramsey believes there have been plenty of positive signs that things are coming together.

He concluded: "If you look at the first half against Leeds, we were very well organised, created a few chances and took them. Today, I thought we frustrated them a lot and had a bit more quality as well. There was more belief as well to go and hurt them, but we just couldn't quite nick that second goal to really stamp our authority on the game. These are things we need to learn from and put into the next big game against Sheffield Wednesday."