Date: 1st February 2014 at 8:55pm
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Following his straight swop with Peter Odemwingie going in the opposite direction to Stoke, Kenwyne Jones made his debut in today’s win over Norwich and even bagged himself a goal on the day.

Speaking to Sky Sports following the match, Jones admitted that the side really had to dig deep following the early opener from the opposition, and whilst clearly our first half performance wasn’t good enough, he feels we were greatly improved in the second period.

‘The team was a bit down but second half we came out and did the business.’

On a personal note he had far more to say, and said he was delighted to have moved to the club and he’s really happy to be playing again.

‘It was a pretty easy decision to come here when you want to play football. There are no ‘ifs and buts’. Once you get good service you always back yourself to score and thankfully today it happened.’

Jones goes on to say that really Cardiff could’ve increased our advantage in the second half, but we did snatch at efforts and we need to show more composure, but that’s down to the position we are in and the run we have been on, as players are anxious so hopefully this win will help settle people down, and we will get calmer and make more count as confidence rises again.

Hopefully the first of many more to come from Jones, especially as he beds in more with the team.

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