Neil Warnock insists Cardiff City want a few players in the January transfer window to boost their survival chances.
The Wales side are just three points adrift of the relegation zone and must start performing or otherwise it would become difficult to stay in the top flight for them.
Cardiff were no match for Tottenham Hotspur as the newly promoted side were thrashed 3-0 by the North London giants. Warnock is expecting to defy the odds by keeping his club in the top tier but for that, he is likely to dig deep in the winter transfer window.
Warnock said, “We are working hard, trying hard, we do need two or three. The chairman is doing it all – he knows how hard it is now! I’m pleased he’s negotiated! But it’s not straightforward, if you can fit in at this stage of the season; January is a terrible month to be buying.
“At least we have 10 days or so until the next game, get everyone fit and hopefully bring one or two lads in as well, and we go again. We have to put these defeats behind us and onto the next one.”