NEIL Warnock has dismissed Phil Parkinson’s prediction that Wolves will walk the Championship title.

The Cardiff City boss has led his side to an unlikely promotion push this season, and currently has the Bluebirds four points behind the leaders in second place.

Parkinson claimed after Wanderers’ 5-1 defeat at Molineux on Saturday his opponents would easily claim top spot and with it promotion to the Premier League.

But the experienced Warnock reacted to his comments the following day after beating Nottingham Forest 2-1 at the City Ground, and said the Whites boss should not be too quick to judge.

“I said after we’d played Wolves that whoever finishes above them (Wolves) will go up, and I stand by that,” he said.

“We don’t worry about that or get carried away, we just get on with it – but I don’t know how Phil can say all that because they (Bolton) haven’t played us yet!

“Wolves can say what they want because they will probably spend £20million in January. We know it’s going to be a long season but we’ll enjoy where we are.”

Cardiff are scheduled to face Wanderers at the Macron Stadium on December 23.