Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson believes his team can avoid relegation from the Premier League this season.
The Eagles sit 18th in the league after 30 matches, but are just one point off safety, with 17th-placed Southampton in freefall.
And Hodgson is confident his side - who travel to the John Smith's Stadium to face Huddersfield Town this weekend - can secure a fifth consecutive campaign in the top flight, as long as his players believe in themselves and show courage in their final eight matches.
He told the Croydon Advertiser : "I believe in this group of players and I think they have done extremely well, even if the last few games haven't brought us the results we would have liked, but I suppose that was perhaps to be expected.
"I believe these players have a lot of qualities, not just in terms of fighting spirit, but also quality as footballers.
"They have got to believe in themselves as much as I and my coaching staff do. We don't play, we just give them the chance to play and put them on the field and prepare them in the right way.
"And they need to show the type of courage really that they did in the second half; that's not just physical courage, that is the mental courage to get on the ball and take opportunities and play.
"We have seen [Patrick] van Aanholt score two goals coming from the back in the last two games, and we have seen young [Aaron] Wan-Bissaka getting forward and flying up the right wing in the second half [at Chelsea], despite the fact it was opening us up to counter attacks, but he was still doing it.
"That is the courage we are going to need."