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Cardiff City manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted he is hopeful that the recent arrivals at the club can help the Bluebirds get out of the relegation zone.
The Welsh club are currently sitting bottom of the Premier League table on just 18 points after suffering four straight defeats.
Cardiff have only managed to find the back of the net four times in their last six fixtures, but with the recent arrivals of Kenwyne Jones and Wilfried Zaha, Solskjaer is hoping the attacking threat of his team will increase.
“We have seen that the team has improved, but now it is a matter of getting results and not just good displays,” he said.
“Hopefully, Kenwyne Jones and Wilfried Zaha will give us additional punch in the final third.”
Cardiff face a relegation six-pointer on Saturday when they welcome fellow strugglers Norwich City to South Wales in a vital game for both sides.
The visitors are just five points clear of the drop zone having endured a dismal run of form and Chris Hughton’s men are seen as slight outsiders at 3.20 to walk away with all three points.
The Bluebirds will be aiming to earn their first win in the league since December 14 when they defeated West Brom 1-0 at home and the Welsh club are 2.21 to claim victory.