Skipper accepts it's a massive challenge to survive but says belief is there
Luke Chambers says the next four months are the biggest of his career.
Town close 2018 with a trip to Middlesbrough at the weekend before kicking off the new year with a home game against Millwall.
Blues are currently seven points adrift of safety and the skipper is not playing down the challenge.
“The way I see it, the next four months are the biggest of my career,” Luke told the Club website.
“It’s a massive ask for us to get out of it. I think we are in a better position now though to get out of it.
“The belief is there. I feel the Club is being glued back together now. The manager is talking long term about a project here that he can help build and that’s great to hear. The owner seems very much in line with that as well. They are working together and things are already taking shape at the training ground in terms of improvements made.
“The manager is taking the Club in the right direction and the players want to be part of that. It’s down to us now to get the results we need over the second half of the season to keep us in this division.”