He is within reach of the record for the most tries scored by a Titans player in a season but centre James Roberts insists adding to his try-scoring tally is not his focus.
In suffering three of the heaviest defeats in the club's history in consecutive weeks the Titans have only been able to score one try themselves and Roberts has been unable to add to his tally of 14 tries in his past four games.
The current Titans record for most tries in a season is David Mead's 16 tries in 2011 but Roberts said bringing an end to the longest try-scoring drought of his young NRL career comes second to getting the Gold Coast club a much needed win.
"It's not my main focus," Roberts said of his try-scoring exploits. "It's more just getting involved and doing my bit for the team so hopefully I can do that a lot more this week than I have been the last few weeks."
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