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Is Don.  Is Back.  Anthony signs for 2021.

Is Don.  Is Back.  Anthony signs for 2021.

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One of the Titans most popular figures is back for another NRL campaign in 2021.

Anthony Don, the Club's leading try scorer, has re-signed for another season.

Don says he is thrilled to have the contract finalised and is excited by what is building at the Club.

"I thought I've been playing OK this year and I'm really happy that the club wants to have me around next year," Don said.

"It (2021) is likely to be my last year next year but you never know.

"I know if the Titans didn't want to re-sign me that I was probably finished up in the NRL, so I'm really happy that I've got another year and that I get to keep playing for the Titans."

Don will remain a one-club player, with the 32-year-old from Grafton in line to crack 150 NRL games next season.

"I think the form we've shown the last few weeks and the new coaching staff that have come in, I think it is quite evident to see that we are a team that is growing," he said.

"I really believe in the next year or the next two years that we're going to play deep into the finals series and that's why I want to stay so bad."

Don says he has re-discovered a passion for the game under new coach Justin Holbrook and believes he is playing some of the best football of his career.

"Last year it was a bit of a chore to come to training and I wasn't enjoying footy as much," he said.

"With the new coaching staff and new squad I've really loved coming to training and I love playing the games on the weekend and I'm just really enjoying playing footy at the moment.

"I think the Titans are in for a bright future over the next few years and I'm glad to be a part of it."

Holbrook says it's great that Don is staying.

"It's exciting the our leading try scorer will continue on with us," Holbrook said.

"I've been so impressed with Anthony since I joined the club and I love his competitive spirit.

"The standards that he sets around the group and at training are what drives the group and I look forward to him helping push our group forward even further next season."

Don will play his 139th career game when the Titans host the North Queensland Cowboys at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

To say thank you to Titans Members, Anthony Don will be giving 83 Vili's meat pies (one for each of his career tries scored) to selected members who attend the game against the Cowboys.