Cardiff will join Wolves in being promoted automatically to the Premier League with victory at home to Reading.
After all, Warnock said only a year ago, "I don't like the Premier League" and his record highlights that, for him, the achievement has always resulted in huge let-down.
Despite being signed to Premier League side Fulham in 2008, Etheridge never made the line-up for the London club. "There's not many words you can say really, it's just wonderful".
"Why not? I have nothing to be afraid of", Warnock added.
Here is a photo diary of the celebrations inside Cardiff City Stadium. That result ended Fulham's 23-match unbeaten run in the Championship and forced them to settle for a play-off spot, along with Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and Derby County. There was another one after full time, when Cardiff's Malaysian owner, Vincent Tan, was carried on the shoulders of fans.
In Jerusalem there were road signs saying the US Embassy
The signs in English, Hebrew, and Arabic were installed Monday ahead of next week's grand opening of the new embassy. Jason Greenblatt, the president's chief representative for Middle East peace negotiations, will also attend.
Neil Warnock says taking Cardiff City into the Premier League is his finest achievement as a manager.
Neil Warnock's men have been one of the surprise packages of the season and sit in second place in the standings ahead of the final game of the campaign.
After steering them to safety last season, the 69-year-old former Sheffield United and Queens Park Rangers manager masterminded an improbable promotion.
"It's been a wonderful 24 hours for me and the family", Warnock said.
Junior Hoilett is leading the club in goals with 11 this season.