Cardiff City have revealed their new crest for the 2015/16 season.
The crest features a more prominent bluebird, following the club's return to playing in blue in January.
The club says the new design is a "strong visual step forward", utilising the same typeface as the stadium signage at Ninian Park and the Cardiff City Stadium.
The smaller dragon at the bottom of the crest is described as "projecting our Welsh heritage... celebrating Asian linked culture, design and tradition influences".
Cardiff City suffered more home heartbreak as a late penalty saw them beaten 2-1 by Charlton. Federico Macheda had given the Bluebirds the lead shortly after half time. But Charlton equalised in the 74th minute, with a penalty in the closing stages enough to give them the win. It means Cardiff remain without a win at home since January.
Full time at Cardiff City Stadium and the bluebirds have lost to the Wolves in the Championship.
26 - Goal for Wolves. Bakary Sako slotting home on the counter as City fail to clear. (0-1)
Aron Gunnarsson's 20th-minute strike brought victory for Cardiff City last night.
Wigan had two goals disallowed for offside.
Elsewhere Wrexham drew 0-0 at home to Forest Green.
Russell Slade's side were denied another victory this afternoon after losing 2 goals to nil at home against Derby.
The visitors managed two goals in the first half by Jamie Ward and Chris Martin.
They now sit level with Bournemouth at the top of the table with 28 points.
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Cardiff City lost 2-1 to Middlesbrough in the Championship this evening, with striker Kenwyne Jones scoring the only goal for the Welsh side.
It brings further disappointment for Russell Slade's side following their 3-2 defeat to Norwich at the weekend.
Cardiff's boys in blue started their first match back in their traditional kit with a hard fought win over Fulham.
A Sean Morrison header from an Aaron Gunnarsson throw-in early in the first half was enough to secure all three points for Russell Slade's men.
The attendance was recorded at over 22,000 - a huge increase from around 4,000 who attended the Bluebird's last home game against Colchester in the FA Cup.
Elsewhere in the Football League, Newport County secured their fourth win on the bounce - they dispatched Portsmouth 1-0 at Rodney Parade in League Two.
Wrexham fought back from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Stockport, earning an FA Trophy second round replay.
Cardiff City fans have expressed their delight today as the club returned to their traditional blue strip.
Cardiff are playing Fulham this afternoon in blue for the first time since their controversial switch to red two years ago.