Kevin Keegan: "The Reading game now becomes the biggest game of the season for us.
"Three points there and I think we should be safe - I've always said 40 points but with teams down the bottom having to play each other - probably less than 40 will do.
"A win against Reading should see us stay in the Premier League next year but that's not 100 per cent because you are trying to predict results in football which is not easy.
"There will be twists and turns but we have the destiny of this club in our hands now, whereas a few weeks ago it looked like we might need a bit of help from elsewhere.
"Look at the performance at Spurs, it was a team that played with confidence, and played with belief that we could only get from winning a football match.
"Although people have taken the accolades away from us because Spurs weren't very good that day, I think we were so good that whoever we would have played that day would have had a struggle against us."