Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp is confident his side have enough quality to survive in the Premier League.
Spurs looked to be heading to defeat at Sunderland before Robbie Keane's 89th minute equaliser in Saturday's 1-1 draw.
But despite failing to put significant daylight between themselves and the bottom three, Redknapp still believes Spurs will preserve their top-flight status.
Saturday's stalemate has left the north London club five points clear of the drop zone in 12th place in the table.
"As long as we don't go down, I don't care who goes down. I would be a liar if I sat here and said otherwise," said Redknapp.
"But I am confident we will be okay. We have got enough quality in the team.
"We have lost one home game since I came to the club out of about 17 and that was to Everton 1-0 when we should have banked a draw so we are in good form."
Meanwhile, Redknapp claimed his side were well worth their point from the trip to Wearside.
He added: "It would have been an injustice if we had been beaten today.
"We came away from home and dominated. We were in and around their box, but we just could not pick the pass or get in the shot to make the breakthrough.
"In the end it took a good pass and good finish from Robbie Keane."