Fulham striker Andrew Johnson has admitted he is still wary of the threat of relegation with just a few games of the season remaining.
Johnson scored his first goal since February at the weekend to salvage a 1-1 draw against struggling Wolves that kept the Cottagers on course for survival.
Mark Hughes' men are currently 14th in the Premier League standings on 39 points, five clear of the drop zone.
They have a chance to climb into the top half of the table with a victory over Bolton in their game in hand on Wednesday night, but Johnson is still taking nothing for granted.
He is not sure quite how many points it will take to guarantee top-flight football for next season and has urged his team-mates to keep scrapping until the very end.
"I don't think you can say you're safe at any point," he said in the Daily Star.
"It's so tight at the bottom of the table and there's still a lot to play for in these last five games.
"Every year people talk about the 40-point mark, but it might be higher than that this year.
"Everyone keeps beating everyone else down at the bottom. It's the closest run-in I've ever been involved in.
"At the moment I don't think anyone is safe from tenth downwards."
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