Omar Bogle has a chance of redemption this weekend when Cardiff take on Bristol City.
The striker was sent-off in the last tie between the two sides, and that really halted Bogle’s progress at Cardiff as Warnock fell out with the forward.
He then came back into the team slowly but surely and over pre-season he was flying for the Bluebirds. Warnock then decided to start the striker against Wigan in the opening match of the season, and he netted once more.
With new signing Robert Glatzel struggling for form, it could be time for Bogle to step back in and play a key part for the Welsh side.
Warnock has expressed his surprise at how Bogle has worked his way back into the team and stated that his attitude has now changed.
Speaking to Wales Online, Warnock said: “If you told me Omar Bogle would be in our team this season, I would have said no chance.
“But his attitude has changed, which it had to do, and he is an important part now.
“So never say never in football.”
Will Cardiff beat Bristol City?
It’s set to be a thrilling clash on Sunday, with both teams looking to thrive on the rivalry type atmosphere that these type of games bring.
Bristol City have been in really impressive form so far this season, although recently dropped points at Barnsley conceding two very late goals.
Cardiff, on the other hand, have been so inconsistent and haven’t had the start that they would have hoped for. It would be oh so fitting for Bogle to net the winner against the side that he saw red against.