Jordan Clarke is backing Coventry City to do another Harry Houdini act at the end of the season - just like they did last year.
The Midlands club were already down in the eyes of some before their end of season heroics in which they lost just twice in the last 10 games earned them another year in the Championship to escape the drop.
Once again things are not looking good for Coventry as they are sitting four points adrift of safety.
But Clarke insists the players have not given up hope and he is urging his team-mates to produce more of the same as last season.
"We did really well for the manager in the last 10 games of last season when we got the points we needed and we are looking to do exactly the same this year," Clarke told the Coventry Telegraph.
"We've done well at home recently and we know that away win will come. You need to get points away as well as at home.
"We have to, full stop, and I am 100% sure that we're not going to go through these last six away games without getting a win.
"We just need to keep plugging away and hope that we get that bit of luck."