"At 2-1 down I couldn't see where we could get any movement to be back in the game but we had the breaks and we took them." said Jones.
Now he wants to push on and get some more players in to start winning in the league and move towards the goal of Premier League football.
"When I get the green light I will bring some players in and we will start to fly," he continued.
"We are in a results-based business and when we get the right results we will see the benefits as this club is right for investment.
"We will take whatever comes and it is important that we have good results for the football club, the board and those people who are looking to buy in to Cardiff City."
Meanwhile Nigel Pearson was left to rue his sides failure to see the game out after they had the lead and the momentum.
"I think we deserved better than that but you have to take your chances," said Leicester manager Nigel Pearson, who was angered that an apparent trip on Dany N'Guessan did not yield a penalty.
"By half-time we were well on top but you cannot concede goals like that.
"Our set-plays were good, their keeper made some great saves and we were denied a clear penalty but to lose 4-2 is poor from our point of view.
"We cannot feel sorry for ourselves and must get back to winning ways in the league as the result today is not a true reflection of how the game went."