Warnock fires transfer warning
Cardiff boss Neil Warnock is looking to sign new players in the transfer window, but will not be paying silly money to land them.
At the halfway stage of the league season Cardiff are on course to survive in the top flight, but there is plenty of hard work to be done and Warnock is well aware his squad is in need of a boost.
However, he says he is not willing to pay over the odds for players that he believes are not worth it and put the club's future in jeopardy in the process.
Making signings in January is known to be harder than in the summer, and Warnock is bracing himself for a tough month.
"We're looking at bringing players in (in January), but it's not simple," Warnock revealed. "We're not going to spend stupid money. One or two have done that in the past and it's not been the right thing for the club.
"It would be the biggest achievement of my career by an absolute mile (to keep Cardiff up)."
Michael Holland is a reporter with over two decades of journalism experience. A Bolton fan, Michael often writes football articles, as well as having a strong knowledge of golf, cricket and Australian sports.