JASON Tindall praised boss Neil Harris for the "great job" he has done in his first year at Cardiff City.

Harris left Millwall last October, taking the Bluebirds job a month later and helped guide them into the Championship play-offs.

There they lost 3-2 on aggregate against Fulham, who went on to achieve promotion into the Premier League.

They have had a mixed start this season, sitting 12th with seven points, but did win 1-0 at Preston North End on Sunday.

Looking ahead to Cherries taking on Cardiff tomorrow in south Wales, Tindall told the Daily Echo: "Neil Harris has done a great job at Cardiff. So pleased for Neil, I like him as a guy. As a manager I think he did a great job at Millwall and continued that at Cardiff.

"Always difficult sides to play against. It’s going to be another really tough game.

"They had a good result at the weekend so they’re going into the game full of confidence. We’ve got to make sure that we take confidence that we’ve got from our unbeaten run so far into the Cardiff game and go there and deliver a good performance and hopefully that’s a winning performance."