SHAUN Williams says there is the belief within the Millwall dressing room that the club can stave off the threat of relegation.
Williams was speaking after scoring his first Lions goal in a 2-2 draw with Blackburn Rovers.
The utility man, who played at left back on Saturday, put Ian Holloway's side ahead from the penalty spot midway through the second half.
Having been substituted in the 82nd minute, Williams watched on as Simeon Jackson gave Millwall the lead again after Michael Keane's header, only for Josh King to level at the death.
The Lions are two points from safety with seven games of the season to go.
"It's disappointing to take the lead twice, which we don't normally do, and then see it all go away at the end," Williams said.
"Everyone feels like it is two points dropped because we were so close to three and put in a lot of hard work.
"But we still believe that we can do it and we are not going to stop until the last game of the season. Hopefully we can turn it around but the fight isn't gone from us.
"There are still a lot of points to play for and it is going to go down to the wire. I don't think anything will be settled in the next couple of games, it will go all the way.
"We need a lot of wins – as many as possible – from our last seven games. Every game now is a must-win."
Williams took the blame for Blackburn's first goal after losing track of goalscorer Keane.
"I held my hands up because I was marking the man who scored," he added. "I slipped just before the corner was taken.
"The second goal was a goalmouth scramble but he had too much time and space to have a free shot on goal."