West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Mowbray is refusing to give up on his side's chances of survival despite Sunday's 2-0 defeat at Fulham.
The Baggies remained rooted to the foot of the table after losing their tenth game on the road this season.
But despite another morale-sapping defeat - which included Roman Bednar missing a stoppage-time penalty - Mowbray is remaining upbeat on his side's chances of Premier League survival.
"There's no negativity and we're working very hard as a group of players," he said.
"There's no points target - every game we just try and compete. We'll win some games, I think, especially at home.
"Will we win enough? I don't know. We have some teams in the bottom half coming up and those are the days that will probably define our season.
"We need to nick another game away probably, but we have to catch a team on a bad day if I'm realistic."