Wolves midfielder Adlene Guedioura believes they have 'three wars' left in the battle for survival, starting with West Brom on Sunday.
Mick McCarthy's side are second from bottom of the table, one point adrift of safety, as the season draws to an exciting climax.
Guedioura, who is back to full fitness after recovering from a broken leg he suffered in September, is keen to play his part in the survival battle and he admits Sunday's showdown with local rivals West Brom is a must-win encounter.
"We have three wars left, three big games and we want to win them all starting with West Brom on Sunday," Guedioura told skysports.com.
"It is always a big game against West Brom as it is a derby game, but it is even bigger this time as it is a game we must win."
Wolves also face Sunderland and Blackburn in their two other fixtures and Guedioura knows they need to pick up as many points as they can.
"The West Brom and Blackburn games are key as they are two games we believe we can win because we are at home and Blackburn are still fighting for their lives," added Guedioura.
Despite their predicament, Guedioura insists the whole squad remain upbeat that they can get themselves out of trouble.
"Everyone is confident we can stay up, the mood is good," continued Guedioura.
"The point at Birmingham might prove to be a good point as it is a tough place to get a win.
"All our rivals are close to us so we believe we can get enough points to stay up."
Guedioura says he is fully recovered from his broken leg and he is hoping to play a key role in the battle to stay up
"I am more than 100 per cent fit and I am ready to play if the manager needs me," noted Guedioura.
"I want to play in this big game against West Brom and help Wolves stay in the Premier League.
"The fans have been great to me and helped me a lot when I was injured and I want to repay them by helping Wolves stay up."