Karl Henry reckons vital away games for QPR will decide whether they stay up or go down.
Four out of the last six are against teams battling like Rs to get away from the drop zone.
And despite only one win on the road so far, indeed, the sole away points in a struggling campaign at Sunderland, the midfielder believes quality facing them in the last two games is not the same as the last week.
Henry now thinks salvation lies with visits to Crystal Palace, WBA, Aston Villa, and Leicester on the last day.
He said: “I don’t want to tempt fate, but will West Bromwich Albion and teams around us have the same quality as Arsenal and Tottenham?
“If we play like against teams around us, like we did against them we’ll get wins.”
Henry was relegated with Wolves two seasons ago, but thinks the QPR approach at least gives his current side a fighting chance.
“I’ve been here before,” he said. “I’d rather approach the way we do and have a right go than concede all the ground and get beat 4-0 anyway.
“Whether we stay up or go down, you want to look at yourself in the mirror after every game and ask yourself did we do all we could?
Palace is next at Selhurst Park, ‘a huge game’, according to Henry, who scored the last time he was there with Wolves, but one he hopes produces a better result.
His goal came in the 90th minute of a February 2010 FA Cup replay as Wolves lost 3-1.