Mackay staying positive
Cardiff boss Malky Mackay says he is confident his side can overturn West Ham's lead in the second-leg of their play-off tie on Monday.
The Bluebirds go into the game as huge underdogs having lost 2-0 to Sam Allardyce's men on Thursday but can take confidence from having beaten the Hammers at Upton Park earlier this season.
Despite their two goal disadvantage, Mackay remains positive about his side's chances and believes they're good enough to cause an upset.
"Most people may now expect West Ham to make it through to the final - that could be a natural reaction I suppose," Mackay told Cardiff's official club website. "But myself and the team don't subscribe to that. We go into Monday afternoon trying to win the game."
"Right now we have a fighter's chance," he added.