Returning forward Jai Arrow has urged the entire side to 'stand up' and make it count this Saturday at Cbus Super Stadium against the Newcastle Knights.
Arrow missed the Titans' last hit-out against the Melbourne Storm but believes the clash against the 10th placed Knights and in front of a home crowd is a good chance to get things back on track.
"It's a good time for us to stand up," Arrow said. "If we don't win this week I think we'll struggle to make the finals so we all need to stand up."
The Queensland Origin hopeful has been struggling with back and rib complaints over the past month but is back in the side this week, raring to go.
"It's all good, it's good to be back training fully.
"It's been a couple of weeks with niggling injuries but it's something that I'm just going to have to tough out.
"It was good to be back out there training fully and as always, we've constantly got things to work on."
The Knights travel north of the border with a 5-5 record for season 2018 and present a challenge that Arrow is looking forward to.
"They have always been a team that has had a go and with the addition of (Mitchell) Pearce and (Kalyn) Ponga, it has toned up their side.
"Herms (Herman Ese'ese) who I was with at the Broncos is someone who I think has been doing a great job taking the ball forward and the others have been playing off the back of that."