The Bluebirds boss says that some family time is more important for his scooter given the events of the past week
Cardiff boss Neil Warnock told him to cancel a four-day camp training in Tenerife while the club continues to agree with the death of striker Emiliano Sala.
Warnock must leave players for some warm-up training while the club is out of action until they meet Watford on February 22.
However, the Bluebirds boss thinks His players will benefit some of their family after a few weeks traumatic for the Welsh club.
" After what happened, I prefer to embrace my children and see my missus because it's been a long two weeks, "Warnock says.
"I do not know anything like this in my life and I've seen most of the things.
" They'll see everything what happened and your family is more important than football is it? "
A Flying from France to Cardiff w ith pilots David Ibbotson had lost their plane to the English channel on the night of January 21
The 28-year-old striker became a carding sign by Cardiff and traveled back to the former club Nantes to say goodbye to his former team colleagues.
The plane crash was discovered last week and a recovered body formally identified as Sala. Ibbotson still remains
Defender Sol Bamba recorded a stoppage-time winner as Cardiff beat Southampton 2-1 at St Mary's on Saturday in their first battles since Sala's death has been confirmed.
The match was ahead by a minute's silence and the Cardiff players and staff wore yellow daffodils in honor of Argen tine striker.
The win is second straight Cardiff and the club has been relegated to the Premier League relegation zone, Warnock has been awarded a result and performance at Sala.
Cardiff midfielder Aron Gunnarsson has said the tragedy has brought everyone to the club closer together.
"It's really hard but boys stay all around the club," 29-year-old international Iceland said.
"The most important thing is for the family to wept.
" Well now,