Skipper Calls For Focus
Cardiff skipper Joe Ledley looks for his side dispel the disappointment of a late draw against Wolves.
Rangers travel to Ninian Park on Wednesday night and Ledley believes that his side now need to focus after what in the end was a point away to the league leaders.
Speaking to walesonline.co.uk Ledley said: "We came here with nothing, but we are returning home with a point,
"I don`t think that can be sniffed at, considering who we are playing. Obviously, we would have loved three points but it`s not the end of the world.
"We`ve continued on our unbeaten run and now face QPR at home.
"Dimi (Konstantopoulos) is obviously down at the moment as he feels he let us down. But these things happen and he`s said sorry to us all. He can`t do any more than that and he has told us he`ll make it up to us over the next few games.
"We`ve now got to get our rest in and get focused for Wednesday. That`s a massive game, but then they all are now. The heat is on, we all know that, but I`d rather be at this end of the table fighting for promotion than be at the other end fighting for your lives in the Championship.
"We`ve collected a point against the leaders away from home and that is not bad. It should not be counted as a disaster."
Cardiff remain unbeaten in 12 games in the Championship and undefeated in eight games at Ninian Park in all competitions. A run they seek to extend against Queens Park Rangers on Wednesday night.
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