Coventry's Mark Robins: "The biggest pleasing thing for me was the clean sheet but also the way we went about the job - we showed a brilliant aptitude for a fight. They've got some brilliant players and we've limited them to very little, and credit has to go to the whole team for that.
"I think Tyler Walker's work-rate was phenomenal. His goal was outstanding and he grew in stature and confidence throughout the game. We needed the clean sheets because we were shipping too many goals and in these two games it's been particularly important with the amount of crosses that come into your box."
Cardiff's Neil Harris: "That wasn't good enough. The goal sums us up, we were masters of our own downfall. We gave the ball away cheaply and the goal was a shambles. I was quite aggressive in what I said to the players after the game, I showed my disappointment. We have a talented group of players who need to show they want to play for the club more.
"The responsibility falls with me, I pick the team. I have no issue with that, results are based around what the manager does but you need your players to perform as well. Today as a group, we weren't good enough, it hurts me to say that. It was below par, we have to be better. It's a disappointing start, we don't have as many points as we expected but I don't have to listen to anyone else, I judge myself. I take responsibility for results and the changing room."