"The situation is in our own hands," Davies told the Nottingham Evening Post. "But we have to prepare for a difficult game, on a difficult pitch, in difficult circumstances.
"There is a psychological approach that we will need there. We have to deal with the elements, deal with the pitch and deal with Blackpool in a professional manner."
Having helped steer Forest to the brink of safety since taking the reins at the City Ground, Davies knows staying up will provide a huge boost for everyone at the club.
"If results go for us there could be a big sigh of relief for this club. The most important thing is to keep ourselves in this league, to get to the summer and get ourselves some much-needed therapy," he added.