Neil Warnock is expected to stay on as Cardiff manager after holding positive talks with the club’s hierarchy.
Warnock met with chairman Mehmet Dalman and chief executive Ken Choo in London following the club’s relegation from the Premier League.
Warnock, who has one year left to run on his contract, has been given the chance by Dalman and Choo to return the club to the top flight.
After the 2-0 win against Manchester United on Sunday, Warnock said he would relish the chance to achieve a ninth promotion as a manager with Cardiff.
‘I’m going to have one more year in the Championship,’ he said.
‘It’d be nice to get a ninth promotion. I never thought I’d be going for it but the wife’s keen!’
He has stressed that he will need more investment to get Cardiff up again.
He added: ‘We will need two or three signings to get us up there and give us a shout because that’s what I want to do.
‘I think it’s vital that we can look to get them as quickly as possible really.’
Cardiff owner Vincent Tan gave Warnock his backing last week. Tan said: ‘I am happy for Neil to stay and achieve his ninth promotion to the Premier League.’