Mutch takes Cardiff positives

Jordon Mutch insists Cardiff's chances of Premier League survival have greatly improved thanks to their rich vein of form in front of goal.

Last Updated: 28/03/14 at 10:40 Post Comment

Jordon Mutch: Taking positives from Cardiff's goalscoring touch in front of

Jordon Mutch: Taking positives from Cardiff's goalscoring touch in front of

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Striker Fraizer Campbell is the Bluebirds' leading goalscorer with nine goals, while Mutch has weighed in with six from midfield.

With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men scoring seven goals in their last three games, the 22-year-old insists the Welsh side have every chance of beating the drop if they continue to hit the back of the net.

"The goals we've been scoring is one of the positives we can take from the last few weeks," Mutch told the Daily Mirror.

"We have really started to threaten sides and we have been getting on the score sheet.

"We know we need wins if we want to stay in the league and to do that you have to score goals."

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