Cardiff City fans have been given more reason for optimisim with regards the January transfer window with news emerging that Neil Harris will have money to spend on new recruits.
The report from WalesOnline detailed how it was originally thought that incomings would be in short supply, given the size of the squad left to Harris, but it is now believed that the former Millwall boss will have money to mould his own team.
The summer saw Warnock bring in ten new faces, including the likes of Robert Glatzel, Aden Flint, Isaac Vassell, Joe Day, Marlon Pack, Gavin Whyte and Will Vaulks, although many of whom have failed to have an impact on the Bluebirds’ season so far.
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It remains to be seen what Harris’ plans are exactly but following the New Year’s Day 6-1 hammering at the hands of QPR in the Championship, he may have been persuaded to do more.
With 26 games played the club sit in 12th place with 37 points four behind arch-rivals Swansea who currently occupy the final place in the play-offs.
Next-up is a trip to Birmingham City and one that they will be desperate to win following their recent displays.
I think it is vital that Cardiff back Harris in the summer but do so reasonably.
The last thing they want to do is break spending limits and end up with a transfer ban, so selling some first-teamers and spending wisely will need to be a feature of the window as well.
They are still well in the hunt for a play-off place but a huge improvement on last weekend will be needed if they are to achieve it.