Rubin Colwill has claimed that Cardiff City are “more than capable” of beating Hull City this weekend, but lamented the Bluebirds poor run of form as of late.
The Welsh International was one of the bright spots in a poor defeat to Birmingham admitting that it was good to be out on the pitch, despite the result.
“It was really nice to be back out there,” Rubin Colwill said to the club. “It’s been a really good season so far for the Club, and a big change from last year.
“We weren’t happy because we want to win every game, and for the game to go the other way on such a small difference, it could have gone either way. We were capable of winning that game, and it’s frustrating that it didn’t go for us.
“It’s just how the season goes, really. You have good patches and bad patches, and I think that the level in the Championship this season is really high, so it’s going to be a challenge to be consistent throughout the season, and we’ve got to just put the results together where we can.”
When asked about this Saturday’s match against Hull City, Rubin Colwill was optimistic about the result, although admitted Cardiff’s poor run of form could be a factor in the game.
“Hull City are a good side with a lot of good players,” Colwill continued. “I think it’ll be a tough game but we’re more than capable of getting a result there.
“I think that most things come down to form, and at the moment we’re a little bit out of form, but we’re working to turn that around quickly.
“We’ve got a good group. It’s a good mix of younger and more experienced players, with a lot of good characters.”