"Everyone is really happy with him and I can speak for the rest of the lads," said the former Wolverhampton Wanderers defender.
"We need to win the game for him as well ourselves and the country. That will be in the back of our heads come game time."
Coleman, who will be without the likes of Craig Bellamy and
for the qualifier against Scotland, has conceded his team have to play well at the Cardiff City Stadium after the Serbian debacle.
"We all know that we owe a performance," he insisted. "We are in debt now to our country, to our supporters. When you perform like that and you take the hiding which we did, that's on all our CVs.
"All we can do is go into the next game, be determined and show what we are made off. The signs this week have been very good."
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