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Anthony Don has plenty of fans, but it's one junior supporter that he's keen to see back at games in 2021.

His daughter Frankie has only been to one Titans game, but the veteran winger is hoping she will get to see him in action - starting with a round two blockbuster at Cbus Super Stadium against the Brisbane Broncos.

"I think she only came to one game last year and she cried at the whole thing," Don laughed.

"I don't know if that's because I was playing bad or not.

"This year .. I think there is some good daytime slots where she will be able to come out and support me.

"I'm really looking forward to spending time with Frankie out at the Titans games."

After his ninth NRL pre-season, the 33-year-old is looking to lock in a spot in Justin Holbrook's round one side which will be announced later today.

"I don't know if I've cemented my spot yet, I'll just just have my fingers crossed and I'll wait until the team list comes out later today," Don said.

"It's been a really good pre-season and we've got really good depth especially in the outside backs.

"There's been a lot of competition and a lot of people swapping in and out of positions in the outside backs as we try and come up with the right combinations.

"Whoever takes the field for round one against the Warriors is going to be the best person for the job for that round but if the person picked doesn't perform then there is a lot of good depth waiting to go in."

Don played outside new recruit Patrick Herbert in the Titans trial game against the Warriors in Lismore and says the two are looking to build a strong combination on the right-side of the field.

"Patrick is really good, he's been a great addition to the squad.

"He's really tough, he is a strong ball carrier, he's got good skills as well and he hits hard in defence.

"He's a complete package in the centres and I'm looking forward to playing outside him hopefully and trying to get a good combination working with him."