Lewis Holtby is confident Fulham have shown enough fight to beat the drop.
The Cottagers earned an impressive point at champions Manchester United on Sunday before running rampant Liverpool close on Wednesday night.
Rene Meulensteen’s men remain bottom of the table, four points adrift of safety with just 12 games remaining.
However, Holtby, who has shone since his loan switch from Spurs in January, believes they can still survive.
He said: “There is enough. We have got the quality to stay up but we need to get some points.
“The belief is always there. We have to be mentally strong and that is the key to getting out of the drop zone.”
Despite a marked improvement in performance, the Whites have continued leaking goals.
They have conceded a massive 58 times in just 26 games – the most in the Premier League by a mile.
Sascha Riether’s rash tackle gifted Steven Gerrard the chance to snatch victory for Liverpool on Wednesday, and Holtby says they need to cut out the errors and tighten up.
“We need to be solid at the back because we are conceding too many goals and that is a problem,” he said. “We conceded two in the last game, three last on Wednesday night, and that is too many.”
Fulham face a crucial relegation six-pointer against fellow strugglers West Brom on Saturday week.
And Holtby admits the clash is vital in their battle for survival.
He added: “We have to pick ourselves up. We have a good team spirit but now we need to win some games.
“The next one is a massive and we need to win those games. We can’t keep saying we are playing well, we need to start getting points to get out of the drop zone. It is up to us to show mental strength.”