Wakefield coach Chris Chester believes one win from their final four games will be enough for survival.
Trinity have lost 10 of their last 11 games and have been sucked deep in to the relegation dogfight at the bottom of the Super League table.
Their latest defeat, 26-16 against play-off chasing Hull, sets them up for a crucial game against fellow strugglers Hull KR next Sunday.
Chester said: “We’ve banned any talk about what other teams are doing.
“I think one win would be enough and the sooner we get that the better for everybody. We’ve four cup finals coming up and Hull KR next week is really important.”
Wakefield (-137) are ninth in the table on 18 points, the same number as Huddersfield (-151) and Hull KR (-205).
All three are two points clear of bottom side London, who lost to Castleford on Saturday.
Both Wakefield and Hull KR still have to play London in the run-in.
Wakefield’s other two games are against Wigan (H) and Warrington (A).