Akos Buzsaky insists he does not want to taste relegation with Queen's Park Rangers and is confident they can remain in the Premier League.
The midfielder, who has established himself as a fans favourite since his arrival from Plymouth Argyle in 2008, has vowed to do his utmost and help the club beat the drop.
And with just five games of the season remaining, the 29-year-old is confident Rangers can pick up enough points to move clear of the bottom three, starting with West Brom at The Hawthorns on Saturday.
"When you are in this situation there are two ways to go," said the Hungary international.
"You can just give up or fight for your lives. We are fighting for our lives. We know how important it is for the club and every single player in the dressing room to stay in this league.
"We know the reason we're down here is because we didn't perform as well as we should earlier in the season. The players realised that at the right time and now everyone is focused and concentrated."
Following the game against Albion, QPR face Tottenham at Loftus Road before the West London derby at Chelsea.
They then round off the season at home to Stoke before a trip to Premier League chasing Manchester City on the final day of the season.
"I know it's a bit late but we're going to do it," stressed Buzsaky.
"There are five games to go and we need to play every single game to win.
"It looks like we can perform better against big teams because we beat Liverpool and Arsenal and nobody would have given us a chance against them.
"At home we have started to perform well and it is a step forward but now we need to perform away from home as well. If we do that we have a fair chance."