Millwall winger Jed Wallace was lavish in his praise for team-mates Lee Gregory and Steve Morison after the pair helped to extend The Lions' unbeaten home record to 10 matches with a goal and Man of the Match performance respectively.
The Bluebirds scored within four minutes at The Den but were pegged back when Wallace flashed the ball across the face of goal for Gregory to smash into the roof of the net later in the half.
"When the ball comes to him quickly and he has a snap-shot he is a really good finisher," Wallace told millwallfc.co.uk.
"We are very lucky to have someone like that here and when he teams up with Moro [Steve Morison] it makes us very difficult to play against.
"They have probably been the difference for us over the last six weeks. When those two are playing well, Millwall win football matches."
The match also saw winger - and Wallace's former Wolves team-mate - Ben Marshall make an impressive debut for the club, while Tim Cahill stepped off the bench in the final moments of the encounter.
"That's the strength in depth. You have people like Ben Marshall and Tim Cahill that have come in and will be a good addition.
"It needs to be like that, it needs to be competitive at the club. It is important to have that strength in depth and make sure everyone is competing for their place, because that's when players perform at their best."