Adam Hammill has stated there is no doubt in the Wolves dressing room they will avoid the drop.
A gutsy performance from Wolves saw them score a late equaliser through Steven Fletcher on Sunday to secure a 3-3 draw against Tottenham.
The result means Mick McCarthy's team are now just two points adrift of safety and it has served to galvanise the spirit amongst the Wolves pack
"We showed great heart, a tremendous never-say-die attitude and the camaraderie that we hope will get us out of the bottom three," Hammill told the Birmingham Mail.
"This could be a valuable point and with nine games to go we need to take as many as we can to make sure we are not in the bottom three at the end of the season.
"Belief is strong, there are no doubters in the dressing room, and our aim is to get out of the bottom three as quickly as possible and then stay out."
Hammill joined the Premier League strugglers in January from Barnsley for £500,000 and has made an immediate impact at the club.
He has been deployed in the unfamiliar role of the right flank, as Matt Jarvis occupies the left.
And as he becomes more accustomed to his new position, he believes the Wolves strikers are sure to reap the benefits.
He added: "Since I've come here I've played on the right having played predominantly on the left for Barnsley.
"So it has taken a little bit of getting used to. But I'm enjoying it. The strikers know that as soon as I get it I want to take a touch and then get a cross in and I'm better at crossing with my right than with my left.
"I feel I'm 70 per cent there now but that there is still more to come in terms of creating more chances and getting on the score sheet myself."