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Taylor to Fifita to Kelly to Thompson.

If the ball shifts to the Titans left side, there are some dangerous players with the ball in hand.

Brian Kelly says there's a connection building between the players who roam the left edge and they're looking to build further on their good form.

"We've got a mad little combo there at the moment and on the weekend you could see it showed," Kelly said.

"We're looking forward to bringing it again this week.

"You've got Corey (Thompson) on the wing, the little lightning that's bolting and then the big man Dave (Fifita) and then Ash (Taylor) with his long balls and everything.

"It's exciting to be around."

Thompson and Fifita sit as the club's leading try scorers (both with six tries through five games), highlighting the potency of the Titans left side attack.

Kelly says while there have been some nice passages of play, his team knows there are still plenty of areas to improve if the Titans are to challenge in 2021.

"I reckon line speed for our team (is one area that needs to improve)," he said.

"It was a bit slack for the Raiders game but it amped up a bit on the weekend, so throughout the year we've got to keep building on that.

"The attack will take care of itself, but the defence, line speed and a little one percenters at marker and stuff."

Kelly, the Club's reigning Paul Broughton Medallist, returned from a hand injury for the Titans round five win against Newcastle and says he's back to full fitness.

"The hand pulled up all sweet and I've just got to keep monitoring it and hopefully finish off the year well with it."

The Titans will play Manly in Mudgee, with the Sea Eagles taking their home game to regional New South Wales for the round six clash.

"I played my first year of City verse Country there (in Mudgee)," Kelly said.

"It's a nice little country town and the field is pretty schmick too, so the boys will like it out there and it should be a good trip away."

Kelly will line up against his former team, with the 24-year-old having made his NRL debut for Manly in 2017.

"I still talk to a few of the boys there and I'm always excited to play my old club but we've got a job to do this weekend and let's back it up."