Danny Röhl says his players must continue to give everything in order to keep up the fight for survival.
There is little room for error in the 15 remaining games and none come harder than Tuesday night’s trip to league leaders Leicester.
But one thing the manager will never lose is the belief in his team.
On Friday night they delivered in what felt like a must-win game at Hillsborough against Birmingham.
“We know exactly our situation and for sure it’s about everybody being in one direction,” Röhl said.
“If we do this, we can be strong, we have a chance but for this we have to do everything right in the next 15 games.
“When I think back to the starting 11 against Coventry, I am really convinced if I didn’t change the players and the starting 11, then it would have been tough on Friday.
“We need fresh legs and even in the situation on Friday, you could see the players legs after the game - they were empty because they did everything.
“With our style of football and our direction we want to play we need our legs and our minds to go again and again.
“In the last two weeks we have always a game every three days and this week is the same.
“It is about recovery and go again, go again, go again. The result on Friday will certainly lift us.”