The German striker took to social media after Queens Park Rangers drew 0-0 with the Bluebirds.
The result doesn't necessarily help Cardiff's play-off push but was a satisfactory point for the R's.
Both teams played well yet couldn't be separated. Matt Ingram performed exceptionally on his QPR debut, while the likes of Polter and co couldn't find the back of the net at the other end.
Polter was positive, praising the team's performance and looking ahead to the west London side's next game on Tuesday night:
Once again a good team performance, good result away, nice game on Tuesday, see you there @QPRFC— Sebastian Polter (@polti1991) April 17, 2016
QPR travel to Brighton on Tuesday - which will be anything but an easy game for the R's.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's men are less effective away from home, while the Seagulls are still chasing automatic promotion.
However, QPR put up a good fight against Cardiff on Saturday and can hope for a good result at Brighton if they put in a similar shift.