Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle believes that his side can still avoid the drop this season if they improve their form in key upcoming fixtures.
The Trotters, who are 8/11 with bookmaker to be relegated, have won just twice on home turf in the Premier League this campaign, but Coyle thinks that there are plenty of winnable games still to come.
Coyle said: “We know what is in front of us – our destiny is in our own hands. A lot of those games are at home and they are very winnable.
“We have got to make sure we come out the right side of them. We have enough about us to make sure we stay up.”
Fellow strugglers QPR and Blackburn Rovers still have to head to the Trotters’ home, with Fulham, Swansea City and West Brom also yet to visit the Reebok.