Gillingham boss Peter Taylor is confident of survival despite a 2-0 loss at Peterborough that left them five points above the relegation zone.
Goals from Britt Assombalonga and Tommy Rowe condemned the Gills to their second defeat in four days but Taylor believes his team has it in them to reach safety after a spirited performance.
"We need to get a couple more wins and I feel we have that in us," he said.
"We might have asked a few more questions of Peterborough if we had shown a bit more belief on the ball.
"We looked a threat for much of the game but we were hurt by giving away a very disappointing goal late in the first half.
"A wonder goal followed in the second half and we then lost a bit of discipline as Peterborough also got a penalty.
"I can't complain about the way the boys battled on through for the remainder of the game. We have to remember we were beaten by a very good team."