Cardiff City manager Dave Jones was delighted to see his side re-ignite their promotion hopes with a narrow 1-0 home victory over Norwich City.
Paul Parry's early goal proved decisive at Ninian Park, with the Bluebirds firmly back in the hunt for a place in the Premiership.
Jones said: "We dominated the first half and should have been out of sight, but they came back into it after the break.
"They don't want to be dragged into the danger zone and they took the game to us, but the swirling wind didn't help.
"We looked tired and if we carry on like that for the last 20 minutes in every game, even I will get nervous.
"Our home form is the key and we have a number of big games coming up.
"We have performed well away from home without getting the results we deserve. This division is the most difficult to get out of."