"It's an exciting week leading into round 1 against the Warriors and we are in a healthy state."
Just the words that Titans fans wanted to hear from Titans High Performance Manager, Klint Hoare.
Speaking ahead of the round 1 clash against the Warriors, Hoare said he was really pleased with where the squad is at and how those that played in the trials against the Warriors and over the weekend had recovered.
"We had a trial between Burleigh Bears and Tweed (Seagulls) on the weekend and everyone got through unscathed," said Hoare.
"We had a couple of injuries leading into the Warriors trial - Kevin Proctor who ended up training and Sam McIntyre who is back playing now, fully fit, available for selection and played for Tweed on Saturday night to put his best foot forward."
"The full selection of players are able to be chosen for Saturday's game against the Warriors down in the Central Coast."
It will mean Head Coach Justin Holbrook will have some tough selections to make this week.
Pleasingly, State of Origin players AJ Brimson and Tino Fa'asuamaleaui are both at 100% after late starts to the pre-season, due to injury and a long campaign in the finals, respectively.
"AJ Brimson is going really well.
"I am really happy with his high speed running the last couple of weeks, his velocity work, so, everything he needs for a fullback," said Hoare.
"He (Brimson) is ready to go and his load has been perfect, so exciting times for him come round 1.
"Tino's travelling really well, as I have said previously we are just monitoring his load as he returns from a big season 2020.
"Now he is refreshed and ready to play on Saturday."
The only player still on the 'injured list' is young, outside back Jojo Fifita, who joined the squad in November with a shoulder injury he had already picked up last season.
"The only one we have in rehab at the moment is Jojo Fifita, our NRL player who is developing and coming back from a shoulder reconstruction, said Hoare.
"No rush for him and probably a month before he returns to games, but we are starting to integrate him now into contact work."