Goalkeeper Colin Doyle believes Birmingham can bounce back from their 5-0 mauling at Liverpool when they meet derby rivals Wolves in a crunch game on Sunday.
Blues suffered their second successive heavy defeat, following on from the 3-1 loss at Chelsea, as they again failed to shake themselves free of the relegation fight.
With a four-point gap over the relegation places, a win over Wolves - who sit second bottom - would just about ensure their top-flight status, and Doyle is confident about their chances.
"We`ve just got to try and stay positive and have a good week in training, which I'm sure we will," said Doyle, who is likely to make a rare start after he replaced injured Ben Foster at Anfield.
"Wolves is a massive game, but I don't think it's the be-all and end-all because we still have Newcastle away and Fulham at home.
"There's still four games left in all. I'm not saying if we lose Sunday we will be all right, but there are still games there if something doesn't go right."