Cardiff manager Neil Harrison criticized his men after a 2-1 defeat at Wycombe and urges them to recover the winning mentality.
powered in after half an hour before
wrapped up the points in the second half and
pulled a goal back in stoppage time but it was not enough.
That will increase the pressure on
, sent off for dissent late on, who has overseen three consecutive defeats.
“We’re conceding too many goals, we haven’t got a clean-sheet mentality and we’re too soft,” he said.
“We’re too far from the top six for my liking.
“Losing games like tonight in the manner we did is disappointing, it’s not good enough for me.
“Conceding goals like this is just not acceptable. Where’s the winning mentality? Where’s the clean-sheet mentality? We had it for so long and it’s disappeared.
“It just can’t happen if you want to compete at the top end of this league. I don’t see us doing the hard yards to stop crosses.
“I don’t see us putting a head in where it hurts. Is there enough leadership, is there enough desire to want to do well?”
Harris also said that this January transfer window will be different from any other and suggested the financial problems of Championship clubs are worse than what has been reported.
: “We’re not going to go and spend money in January, no one is, it’s just not possible.
“Clubs, not us, are struggling to pay wages, there’s loads not being reported about clubs in the Championship not paying wages, it’s going under the radar.
“So going and signing lots of players on lots of money is not going to happen.