Last Updated: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 17:22
Malky Mackay believes new signing Fraizer Campbell will benefit from regular football in south Wales.
The 25-year-old striker has joined Mackay's table-topping side from Sunderland on a three-and-a-half-year deal.
"He got a cap for England last year so we're getting someone of real quality," Mackay told Sky Sports News.
"We've had a chat and he definitely wants to do well and play regular football now.
"He's got aspirations in terms of playing at the top level again and adding to that England cap. He wants to come and do well and play consistently.
"He played in the Championship with Hull and had a great return with them, one goal every two games.
"He's someone that I think will add quality to our squad and I'm delighted to get him."
Mackay also confirmed the former Hull man looks certain to be the only attacking addition to his squad, although the Scot may look to boost his squad at the other end of the pitch.
"We may bring in some defensive cover but the main addition was Fraizer," he said. "If we can get defensive cover in the correct position, the correct person, we'll do that."
Campbell is due to fly out to join his Bluebirds team-mates for their five days of warm-weather training in Dubai.
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