Fullback Michael Gordon arrived at the club with over 200 NRL games to his name and amongst a young squad, the experience and leadership he brought to the club is something that will help the Titans move into the future.
Not only did the 34-year-old bring with him a large amount of experience, he also brought his kicking boots, taking over as the number one goal-kicker at the club, a role that was crying out for a permanent player to take charge of.
The Tweed Coast junior made 20 appearances for the club, before a wrist injury at training ended his season.
"Obviously it was disappointing to miss the last few games," Gordon said. "It was good to be home and to be surrounded by a good bunch of blokes.
"From the start I enjoyed getting to know everyone and was pretty excited about what I was seeing."
With a mixture of youth and experience, finding consistency is the key for Gordon.
"Consistency is definitely the biggest thing. When we were good, we were really good and when we were poor, we were poor. At our best we showed that we could match it with anyone."