"If something happens this week then it will be fantastic but if it doesn't then we'll have to soldier on and get the best out of them as we're doing at this moment in time."
But a Cardiff City statement released on Wednesday said: "The move to the new stadium ultimately incurred costs that we had not anticipated and whilst the long term health of the Club is stronger than it has ever been we have suffered some short term cash flow problems."
"In an attempt to negate these issues we sought new investment and during the autumn of 2009 commitments were given regarding investment which if they had been delivered would have solved our cash issues.
"To date these commitments have not been fulfilled so we have had to resort to other avenues of fund raising.
"We are currently in the process of raising funds from the sale of assets, which with other cash, will help to secure our future.
"With regard to the season ticket offer pre Christmas, this offer to reimburse the ticket price if promoted this season remains a strong one.
"Nevertheless we had anticipated that if we launched these tickets early and had received new investment pre Christmas or in January this year as promised, we would have been able to invest in new players in the January transfer window.
"In the absence of the new investment this will not be possible. We have to ensure that other overheads and financial issues are properly addressed.
"Whilst we apologise for this, we do not apologise for ensuring that the viability and financial health of the club is the ultimate priority."
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