Djibril Cisse insists Queens Park Rangers can retain their Premier League status regardless of their daunting fixture list.
The France international scored his second goal in three games on Saturday, but it was not enough as his side were beaten 2-1 at Bolton.
Cisse had levelled things up after Darren Pratley's opener, but Ivan Klasnic sealed the win at the Reebok Stadium four minutes from time.
The result means the Rs are now 18th in the Premier League, a point adrift of Bolton in 17th and, with difficult games against Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal still to play, survival will be easy.
Cisse however remains optimistic about his side's survival hopes, saying: "We know what we have to do, we have to fight until the end, and that's what we are going to do.
"We have to do it. I love challenges and I love the club already. I will do my best to help the club stay up, because we belong to the Premier League now."
The 30-year-old also gave his opinion on Clint Hill's controversial 'goal' after the officials failed to spot the QPR defender's first-half header had crossed the line.
Cisse added: "It was clear that [Hill's header] was a goal. The referee didn't see it, and it cost us the game. It's difficult to take, The referees are only human and they need help.
"They need whatever help they can get, and video technology is one option. They have to do something, because we saw how it cost us the game."