Kevin Proctor has been around long enough to know that one win doesn't automatically lead to two.
The Titans co-captain says after a 42 points to 16 win against the Newcastle Knights, his side needs to not just back up the performance but look to improve further when the team takes on Manly in round six.
"I think in the past Titans teams have done that, after a good win they've been a little bit complacent," Proctor said.
"As leaders and coaches we've got to stay on top of that to make sure all of the boys are switched on every training session to make sure we're playing the best footy we can on the weekends."
Last meeting the Titans defeated the Sea Eagles 42 points to 24 at Lottoland Stadium in Sydney, however this time it's in Mudgee where the Gold Coast will need to perform with Manly taking their home game on the road.
"I've never played there but I'm really looking forward to it to see the Mudgee crowd and everyone getting amongst it," Proctor said.
270km north-west of Sydney, Mudgee will be significantly cooler than what the team has been used to on the Gold Coast.
"It's better than playing in the heat," Proctor said.
"We played in the heat on Saturday and it was tough going.
"I was in the shade most of the time which was good."
While focussing on their own team performance, Proctor says the Titans will need to keep a watchful eye on Tom Trbojevic who returns from injury at fullback for Manly.
"Any team with him in it is a dangerous team," he said.
"We're expecting a fit and fresh Tommy Trbojevic and I'm sure he's missed out on a fair bit and he's pretty keen to get in there and make a difference.
"They're coming off a good win as well so they'll be up and about so we are going to have to be on our game to make sure we get the result we want this weekend."