Cardiff City defender Sol Bamba has taken positives from their awful start to the 2018-19 English Premier League season.
Neil Warnock’s men are still searching for their first win since they gained promotion to the top-flight having only secured two points from five games this term.
On Saturday, the Cote d'Ivoire international got the curtain raiser for the Bluebirds before they succumbed 4-1 to an Eden Hazard-inspired Chelsea.
However, the 33-year-old is confident that the Welsh outfit can win more games provided they sustain their attacking style of play.
“People expect us to park the bus, if I can call it that. We didn't. We tried to play good football and go forward and score a few goals," Bamba told BBC Sport.
"That's a positive thing to take from the last few games. On the other hand, I think we've got to do better at the back."
"If we play like that through the season, I think we're going to win more games than lose.”
Cardiff City play host to Manchester City in their next league game and the defender is hoping they can secure a decent result in the outing.
"There's no easy game in the Premier League, is there?" he continued.
"Playing the top six is always difficult, but we're enjoying it - that's why we're here and we're going to try to do our best against any team."