Bolton skipper Kevin Davies has issued a passionate rallying cry ahead of his side's vital home clash with West Brom on Sunday.
Owen Coyle's men currently occupy the final relegation place but are only separated from 17th placed QPR by goal difference.
They crashed 4-1 at home to Spurs on Wednesday meaning they have just two games left to preserve their Premier League status, with Sunday's match with the Baggies followed up by a trip to Stoke seven days later.
Davies is under no illusions as to the magnitude of Sunday's game for Wanderers and the 35-year-old has made that clear to his team-mates.
"Sunday is a huge game for myself, one of the biggest games since I have been here," said the former Southampton and Blackburn forward.
"We know what is required. It is going to take people to stand up and be counted. It is a huge game and we will have to rally round and give everything."
The veteran striker also played down the significance of Roy Hodgson's appointment by England and any impact it would have on West Brom's performance.
The 64-year-old is set to take charge of West Brom's final two matches of the season before joining up with the Three Lions.
Davies, who played under Hodgson with Blackburn during the 1998/99 season, does not think he will be distracted by his future employment.
"I can't imagine he will be thinking anything other than West Brom," added Davies
"That is the kind of professional he is. He will want to go out on a high with them. We expect a tough game.
"They are in good form and it is going to be hard for us.
"We have to prepare right and make sure we go and do our business and take three points."