Having not won a Premier League match at St Andrew's this season, it is unusual that Muzzy Izzet should be so ebullient over Birmingham City's prospects for their next three home games.
But the midfielder is adamant that Blues are capable of winning each of their forthcoming home encounters - against Bolton, on Monday, followed by West Ham United and Fulham.
To do so would considerably ease Birmingham's precarious position.
Birmingham have failed to win a Premiership game at St Andrew's in six attempts thus far and have only garnered one point from a 2-2 draw with Liverpool in September. That was the last time Blues scored and they have since suffered five straight defeats and dropped to second from bottom in the league table.
"We have got to look at winning all three home games as nine points will lift us out of trouble," said Izzet.
"Our home form hasn't been the best against teams we felt we should have done better against, but all these games are winnable.
"If we can pick up a result against Sunderland [away] as well then it will give us a massive boost, as we need to start taking maximum points.
"We played well at Newcastle and we need to be bang at it for every game from now on."
Izzet made his first Premiership start in almost a year at Newcastle on Saturday and produced a top-class performance, as Birmingham came within 12 minutes of procuring an unlikely draw.
But it is their wretched home form that needs addressing if they are to lift themselves out of the mire they find themselves in at the foot of the table.
Steve Bruce expects to choose from virtually a full squad when Bolton visit in 12 days time.
The trip to Sunderland is next on the agenda. Then they entertain West Ham and Fulham before completing their pre-Christmas programme with a trip to Manchester City.
While Izzet was pleased with Birmingham's performance at Newcastle, he knows they need to convert promise into points quickly.
Izzet's well-documented knee injury has kept him on the fringes of Birmingham's team for the best part of a year and he is pleased to finally be talking about football.
Bruce used him in a holding midfield role at St James' Park, which allowed Jiri Jarosik and Neil Kilkenny to play with more freedom and it is was a different role for the Turkish international.
The 31- year- old was brought to the club primarily as an attacking midfielder but he looked equally at home offering a protective shield to the defence.
It provided Izzet with the opportunity to look at the bigger picture and he admitted it was a challenge that he relished.
"I enjoyed it, as it was my first full game of the season and all you ever want to do as a footballer is play games," he said.
"It was the first time I have played in that holding position since I have been at Birmingham and it went well.
"I don't know if it will be a regular position for me, but it enabled me to see the game a little bit better in a deeper role.
"The manager reasoned that I had the experience to play in that position while it allowed Neil and Jiri to be as attacking as they usually are.
"I can't really say that I eased myself back into the team, as there is no room for that in the Premiership and you have to be on top of your game all the time."
Izzet will be crossing his fingers, toes and any other available digits to ensure that his injury hell is now firmly behind him.
He has only made 11 Premiership starts since his arrival in the summer of 2004 and, after being sent off against Everton in November last year, it has been a tortuous 12 months for him.
A succession of setbacks after his knee injury ensured that Izzet became firm friends with Birmingham's highlyrated physiotherapist Neil McDiarmid.
A good rapport was essential for Izzet, as he wrestled with his inner demons unable to help prevent Birmingham's rapid descent down the table and he was delighted to find that he had a common ground with McDiarmid.
"Neil is an excellent physio and he really helped me out, as there is nothing worse than a long-term injury," continued Izzet.
"But we both really like rock music and that helped me out no end as I would often do a lot of gym work with some good music in the background.
"We are both keen on artists such as Bruce Springsteen and talking about music helped pass a lot of long hours.
"I get on well with Neil, but I am sure he won't take it personally when I say I don't want to see as much of him in the future!"