Wrexham winger Paul Hall believes that the whole of the Red Dragons squad are up for the battle of trying to avoid being relegated from the Football League.
The North Wales outfit are four points adrift of safety despite a 2-1 win over Bury on Saturday, but former Jamaica international Hall says his colleagues are ready for the scrap ahead.
He told Wales on Sunday: "I've been lucky enough to play at the top end of the game and experience a World Cup, but I started out at the bottom and I've been involved in my fair share of relegation fights.
"It's just as tough at the bottom as it is at the top, if not harder, because there really isn't any comfort zone with players and teams scrapping for their lives.
"Brian Little keeps saying we're all in this together and he's absolutely right.
"We're giving it our all and he has a group of players who want to succeed, but will support each other, however hard it gets."