The striker, who has extensive top flight experience, has warned his team-mates of the ups and downs that will lie ahead but outlined the need for a positive team spirit
The Welsh club stormed to the Championship title last term, finishing eight points above second-placed Hull City.
Despite that success, Malky Mackay's side will be considered as one of the leading contenders for an immediate return to the second tier of English football but Bellamy has insisted that the club are capable of avoiding relegation.
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"There will be times this season where we'll probably see the reality as well. At the same time it is a great league, but there are teams you can beat.
"You can't be overawed by everyone; I've been at the top end as well and lost against teams who are fighting relegation.
"There are a lot of points you can pick up where you sometimes might not think, on paper, that you've got a chance, but those are games you can get points from as well."
Cardiff's first top-tier campaign since 1961-62 will begin on August 17 with a trip to West Ham.