Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the club's owner Vincent Tan will turn the club into a Premier League force.
Malaysian businessman Tan has caused controversy by changing the club's kit from blue to red and sacking manager Malky Mackay after a series of
Tan claims to have ploughed more than £120m of his own money into the club and has already backed Solskjaer in the transfer market with the acquisitions of Magnus Wolff Eikrem and Mats Moller Daehli.
There were also three club-record signings during the summer and the new Cardiff manager is confident that Tan will turn the club into a top-10 side.
Solskjaer said: "The owner is a winner and he wants all of his businesses to be successful. Now he trusts me to make the football decisions.
"In the short term it is important that we stay in the Premier League, but then again he has reassured me that we are looking to strengthen if the right people are available.
"It is not like I have X amount of money. It is my job to find value for money and put it to him. He has been very open for discussion.
"It is a great football club and a top 10-place is the medium and long term aim, and who knows what can happen in the long, long term?"