Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has revealed that he will be the in charge of the club next season following positive talks with the owners, according to the club’s official Twitter account.
The 68-year-old took charge of the South Wales side at the start of October following the dismissal of Paul Trollope as they sat inside the relegation zone.
Since moving to Cardiff City, Warnock has won 11 games, drawing four and losing eight in all competitions that has pulled them away from relegation trouble into 12th place.
There were fears that Warnock would just come in to restore Cardiff’s Championship status for next season as he did with Rotherham United last year, but he has confirmed that he will stay until at least the end of next season.
The Bluebirds are currently on a three game unbeaten streak and are just 13 points away from the top six.
They face Fulham at the Cardiff City stadium tomorrow afternoon and will be looking to continue their winning momentum.
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