Tony Pulis believes Crystal Palace's survival fight is about continuing momentum, keeping calm and focusing on themselves rather than being concerned by the other clubs fighting to stay in the Premier League.
"We took over in a very difficult situation and the run that we've been on has been absolutely fantastic," said Pulis, who was appointed Ian Holloway's successor in November.
"But it's only taken us three points above the relegation zone. We have to maintain that.
"It's probably going to go right to the wire. If you get 40 points you've got a massive chance of staying up.
"We've got to fight and scrap to get over that line - we'll do that.