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The Gold Coast Titans will look to make it four wins in a row for the first time since 2014 when they take on Manly on Saturday, but Coach Justin Holbrook says it’s important the team stays grounded despite a good run of recent form.

“We don’t want to fall in love with ourselves,” Holbrook said.

 “We’re playing really good, but we need to maintain that in tomorrow’s game against Manly.”

The Titans have a good record at Lottoland Stadium, having won in four of their last five games at the ground.

The Sea Eagles welcome back their strike player, with full-back Tom Trbojevic returning from injury.

“For him to be out since about round six or seven, to come back against us is harsh,” laughed Holbrook.

“We know how good a player he is, he is one of the best players in the competition.

“We’ve got to do a good job to nullify how much of an impact he has in the game tomorrow.”

Centre Brian Kelly remains a chance to return to the Titans side as he recovers from an ankle injury, with Holbrook saying the team are still not sure if he will be right to line up.

“We’re just going to see how he pulls up today and if he gets through ok then he will play.

“If not, we’ve got Trey (Spry) and Young (Tonumaipea) that did a great job for us last week, so we’re not going to push BK.

“If he is confident he can play though then he’s going to be in.”