Norwich's Anthony Pilkington believes their unique team spirit will be enough to see them survive in the Premier League.
The Canaries illustrated this spirit as they came from a goal behind to beat fellow newly-promoted side QPR at Loftus Road 2-1 on Monday.
Pilkington, who equalised after the Hoops had taken the lead through Joey Barton, now has five Premier League goals to his credit this term.
However, the former Huddersfield wide man reckons it will be team, rather than individual, efforts that deliver top-flight football to Carrow Road next term.
"We have got a great squad and whoever comes in and does really well, it is up to them to keep the shirt," he said.
"We changed the team again and it worked brilliantly. Everyone is working together and there is a great team spirit in there.
"All the boys and all the staff, we are working really hard to get our aim at the end of the season."
The win took Paul Lambert's team up to the respectable tally of 25 points at the halfway point of the campaign.
It means they are now just 15 points off the magical 40 points tally, usually associated with safety.
"Any win away from home in this league is huge and against one of the teams that are going to be in and around us come the end of the season," he added.
"We are pulling away from the pack now. Hopefully we can keep picking up points, and I am sure we will be sitting nicely come May."