Dave Jones has reiterated his intent to stay at Cardiff despite the club`s financial problems.
A sum of £2.7million has to be paid to the Inland Revenue by February 10 in order to prevent the club going into administration, but it is believed that most, if not all, of this amount will be found and paid on time.
Jones saw a late Jay Bothroyd goal give his side a win over Doncaster and said: "I have never walked away from anything in my life and all the players have the same attitude."
He added: "We have a young squad who are fit and look after themselves and they will keep battling away as they are all fully behind the club.
"If we were bottom of the division and struggling the place would be like a morgue but the crowd kept shouting and we won that late corner which enabled us to get the winner."
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