Midfielder Aaron Wildig is confident Morecambe can stay up, but insists there is still a lot of work to do in the last two games.
The stand-in skipper says that the good results following the international break back in March has created momentum and given the team a boost of confidence.
“The international break came at a good time, off the back of a few disappointing results a few heavy defeats, having that little reset has really helped us, and obviously the good results have created a bit of momentum,” he said.
“I think we’ve taken seven [points] from nine at home and we’ve managed to get a good win away at Charlton so we’ve put ourselves in a position where it’s in our hands.
“In the second half [against Portsmouth], we had some decent chances, I think overall we edged the game and probably deserved three points, but to come away with one point, it keeps you rolling over.
“I believe we can get out of it, and I believe we can still get over the line, there’s still a lot of work to be done though.”
Ahead of this weekend’s travel to MK Dons, Wildig is hopeful the squad can put on a good performance to walk away will all three points.
“When you get to this stage in the season, it doesn’t matter who you play, you don’t know what you’re going to get, we’ve got to look after our own performance,” he added.
“You can’t affect other results, you can only affect what we can do on the pitch, so we go to MK Dons positive at the weekend that we can do the business.
“If we go there, approach the game right, and put on a good performance, I can see us coming away with something.
“If we get three points on Saturday, hopefully other clubs can help us out and come 5 o’clock, we’re in a position where we can enjoy the final week of the season.”