Stephen Warnock believes Blackburn are capable of steering a course to Premier League safety.
Rovers have 10 games in which to secure their top-flight status, with Wednesday's 2-1 win over Fulham easing them two points clear of the drop zone.
Sam Allardyce's men face an unenviable trip to Arsenal on Saturday, and also have meetings with Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea to come before the end of the campaign.
However, Warnock insists the mood inside the Ewood Park camp remains upbeat and is confident Rovers will still be among English football's elite in 2009/10.
"We have got to take on the spirit we showed against Fulham for the rest of the season now," the full-back said in the Daily Mirror.
"The moment you start worrying about the league position and getting anxious about the result, that is when you start underperforming and misplacing passes.
"We came out and enjoyed the second half at Fulham by getting on the ball to play.
"We have got to do that at the Emirates. We have got to express ourselves and prove we are a good team."