Crystal Palace defender Nathaniel Clyne feels two more wins will be enough to ensure their Championship survival.
The Eagles are currently seven points clear of Sheffield United in the relegation zone and have seven games to play including home matches against Scunthorpe, Leeds and Nottingham Forest.
"I think a couple of wins and we will be okay," Clyne, who is in line to make his 100th Palace appearance at Ipswich on Saturday, told the Croydon Guardian.
"We have really good home form and haven't been beaten there in 13 games.
"The away form has not been the best and we haven't won since October but we are keen to change that - it cannot get any worse."