Kevin Proctor is confident the Titans have all the right ingredients to make a huge improvement next season - but is adamant the club has unfinished business to take care of first in 2019.
With new coach Justin Holbrook due to arrive for pre-season training in November and a squad bristling with young talent, the Titans captain says the club is in great shape for a resurrection next year - a rebuild that begins with the final four games of this season, beginning with the clash with Parramatta on Friday night.
“He’s obviously got a great record in England and all the boys at the Roosters were giving him massive wraps," he said.
"It can only be good for the club, and it's exciting times, but we’ve got to finish off this season first."
Proctor says he knows what the players are capable of and trusts the squad will build on the promising signs in last weekend's loss to the Dragons in Sydney, with the Titans acutely aware that their futures at the club are riding on their results.
“We’ve got the squad to do it, but we just haven’t been doing it," he said.
"I’m not too sure what they’re going to do with the squad, and who they’re going to keep and who they’re going to move on.
“I think the boys have actually come together because we’ve been bagged so much this year and it has been a tough year, but we’ll all work hard to try and change that next year.
“I want to be here when the club is successful, and I know we’re on the right road. It just hasn’t clicked yet. I want to be here in its glory days."