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"It was an easy decision."

Mal Meninga has committed to the Titans for a further two years and believes the club's best days are ahead (watch the full interview above).

Tickets: Be there for NRL ANZAC Round as the Titans take on the Rabbitohs

The job isn't done yet for Meninga and the passion he first saw in club remains alive as performances on and off the field continue to improve.

"One of the reasons I came to the clubs was the passion that the owners had - the Frizelle and Kelly families - and I had some really positive conversations with Dennis Watt (Titans Chairman)."

"Thankfully they have had a lot of faith in some of the decisions I have made around the club and our appointments and I feel that we are still in our infancy here.

"We are starting of our little journey here and I am very happy to stay involved for another couple of years because I just feel that we are on a roll and we are heading forward and a premiership or playing in a Grand Final is not too far away."

One of Meninga's roles is in recruitment and most fans knew that David Fifita and Tino Fa'asuamaleaui would play this year and play well, but a possible gem in the rough in Sam McIntyre will debut for the club this weekend against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

It is not just the high profile players that Meninga wants to add to the culture of the Titans, but anyone who walks through the door and pulls on the jersey.

"Our philosophy around recruitment is that if we are going to bring someone in we need to make the team better and the club a better place.

"Sam gets his opportunities on the back of playing some really good footy for the Tweed Seagulls across the last couple of weeks.

"I have no doubt that he will come up and play really well."

Tickets: Be there for NRL ANZAC Round as the Titans take on the Rabbitohs