Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe is confident the Black Cats will win their fight against relegation this season.
Boss Sam Allardyce has set the side a minimum points target of 38, which would require four more wins and a draw, but Defoe is confident the team will achieve that and stave off the drop.
The veteran striker came off the bench to score what looked a likely 85th-minute winner at St Mary’s on Saturday – but Virgil van Dijk struck in stoppage-time to rescue a point for the hosts.
Defoe told Sky: “I think we’ll be fine. I believe from now until the end of the season we will win a few games, because of the way we’re playing, and the players we’ve got.
“The new signings – Wahbi Khazri, Lamine Kone, all of them, and even the lads that came in during the summer like Younes Kaboul – have lifted us.”