Sky blues leave it late to earn draw with jets – The BBC’s Paul Clowes in Cardiff
He said the club’s focus on keeping its best players on the pitch means the squad “has nothing left to lose”.
“I think everyone really enjoys the atmosphere of the ground,” said he.
“If you want to have fun you don’t have to be in there with your hands up, but we look forward to giving them that right kick.”
A lot of players who would’ve gone on to be champions have returned home now, and Clowes said: “There’s been a change of focus on the group.
“The core group of the group who are in training now, were in the squad the day after.
“We had six weeks where we just wanted to get better and we’re back to what we started with.”
He added: “It’ll help us to go down a different path where there’ll be more of our players out there training and doing what we need them to do.
“There was a change to that last Friday because we lost five players but we’re going to keep trying to keep our core group together.”