However, the Swedish boss was pleased to see his side claim a point, but admitted that the Foxes' displays must improve soon.
"It is always a good point away at Cardiff," Eriksson told Sky Sports News.
"The first half we were did okay but we didn't play well in the second half. We started to play long ball and that is not the football we want to play.
"We have to play better and keep the ball on the floor."
The point has seen Leicester move up to ninth in the Championship table.