Birmingham manager Lee Clark says he is confident the club can avoid relegation to League One.
Clark's Blues side have not won at home for 17 games and are now third from bottom in the Sky Bet Championship and a point from safety, following Saturday's 3-1 loss to Leeds at St Andrew's.
But Clark is confident Birmingham can get four points from their final two fixtures and he thinks such a tally will be enough to keep them up.
Blues entertain Wigan on Tuesday and are away at Bolton on the last day of the season on Saturday.
And Clark said: "We'll get four points in the next two games and, if the first three come tomorrow night, that's brilliant.
"But we've certainly got to make sure that, when we go to Bolton on Saturday afternoon, our destiny is in our own hands (a point against Wigan will take them out of the bottom three).
"If we do that, we will be in a fantastic position. We'll do what I believe we can do and stay in the League."
Asked if he was planning to leave the club if he managed to keep Birmingham up, Clark said: "No, never.
"I'm from the East End of Newcastle, we don't walk away from anything.
"I'll sit down and talk to people. Hopefully I'll be sitting down at a Championship club."