IAN Holloway believes Millwall need eight points from a possible 12 to stay up.
The Lions boss has seen his side win two and draw two in their last four games – and is calling for them to do the same again in the final run in.
They travel up to Middlesbrough on Saturday before hosting Doncaster Rovers at The Den on Easter Monday in a crunch weekend.
But Holloway says the momentum is with his players as they scrap to survive.
He said: "I honestly believe we've got a great chance of getting out of this because the boys are starting to believe in what we're doing and they're getting the rewards.
"It is all in our hands. If we win four games, we won't go down. If we win three and draw one, we won't go down. If we win two and draw two, I don't think we'll go down either.
"I think eight points from four games will be enough."
Fellow strugglers Yeovil, Charlton, Blackpool and Doncaster all play on Good Friday – 24 hours before kick off at the Riverside Stadium.
"The hardest thing is trying to stay focused," Holloway said. "We will already know what we've got to do by the time we play Middlesbrough – and that's a distraction.
"We have got to focus on ourselves and nothing else, and that is what the players have struggled to do before and are only just doing now.
"Never will we have a bigger test than this Friday and Saturday.
"Our report on Middlesbrough last weekend is that they were so fortunate to beat Burnley it was unbelievable. I honestly think they are beatable."