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Young gun Phillip Sami has indicated that a change in attitude from the entire squad has everyone striving to be better in 2018. 

Sami debuted at the back end of 2017 and is working harder than ever to become an NRL regular. 

“I pretty much just trained my butt off to come back here fitter and I have done that and I feel good,” said the 20-year-old.

“I have done a lot of running on the field. Off-feet cardio as well, rowing, bike and all that kind of stuff.

“I made a goal for myself to work hard so I could come back and impress the new coaching staff and hopefully I have done that."

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