Jamie Redknapp says belief is the key for a positive end to the season.
We are still looking over our shoulders with five games left as we prepare for a trip to Bolton on Saturday.
Jamie accepts that Bolton have a number of players who could potentially cause us damage but wants to turn that on its head
"Bolton have some good individuals, Pedersen seems to be in good form at the moment, scoring goals and Kevin Davies is completely rejuvenated," stated the club captain.
"They have the players that can cause any side problems but so have we and that's what we have to believe, that we are a threat and let them worry about us.
"Sometimes it's a case of believing in ourselves. We've definitely got the players here - it's just a bit of confidence needed. That's important in any walk of life."
Monday's 1-1 draw against City halted a run of four successive defeats, a run that has seen us slip to 14th in the Premiership.
"We're aware of what is happening in the league - if you are interested in football you are always looking at what is going on," added Jamie.
"It's important we get a win. Bolton is a difficult game but a winnable game, then we've got the derby. We've got to try and get a win as soon as we can."