Peter Lovenkrands is confident Newcastle have done enough to preserve their Premier League status.
The Magpies picked up another point in a 1-1 draw with Blackpool on Saturday and now sit on 41 for the season.
That tally sees them occupying a top-half standing, seven points clear of the relegation zone with four games remaining.
While it is still mathematically possible for Alan Pardew's side to get dragged back into the basement battle, there is a feeling around St James' Park that they have already done enough.
Lovenkrands buys into that belief, with his goal against the Seasiders over the weekend having helped to edge the Magpies closer to the safety mark.
"Something has to go unbelievably wrong now," said the Danish forward.
"To throw it away, with the goal difference we have and the points tally we have collected with just four games left, it would have to go really wrong.
"We need to finish the season well and get over that final hurdle."
Newcastle boss Pardew also feels that his side can afford to relax a little heading into their final fixtures.
He said: "We have 41 points and the results have gone our way. I think that is us guaranteed now.
"It will be difficult for those teams down at the bottom to accumulate 41 points. But we want to win as many games as we can.
"Perhaps we can play with a bit more freedom at Liverpool [on Sunday] and our energy levels will be up."