STAND-IN skipper Paul Mullin is confident Accrington Stanley can beat the drop back into the Nationwide Confidence.
Although some bookmakers have cut Stanley's odds to 2-1 - making them second favourites behind Torquay to go down - Mullin knows the 22nd placed side can survive in League Two.
"I don't care what bookmakers say - they didn't have us as one of the favourites to win the Conference last season and look what we did," said the striker.
"We know we are in a relegation dog-fight and winning a few games now will make a massive difference because the League is so tight.
"If we do not win, the teams around us will start to put daylight between themselves and us and we cannot let it happen.
"Three points can make a huge difference - you only have to look how Boston jumped up the League when they beat us - and we know we can't let the current situation go on for much longer and we are determined to do something about it.
"The gaffer is trying to bring some bodies in as we are light on numbers and we need them and need them quickly.
"Last year we had a different kind of pressure as we were clear at the top and had to stay there. We had the momentum to win games.
"We have the opposite kind of pressure and momentum now and losing, like winning, has become a habit and we have got to snap out of it."