Ask Kevin Proctor about playing finals footy and he'll give you a straight answer.
"We've just got to stop thinking so far ahead and just think week to week and get some consistency in our game.
"Until we can do that (find consistency) we can't think about finals footy, we just have to think about playing consistent footy week to week and doing our own job."
The Titans co-captain knows what it takes to win an NRL premiership and he says it's a simple plan that'll keep the Gold Coast in the hunt this season.
The focus can't be on September, it needs to be on winning against the Bulldogs this weekend as the side returns to Cbus Super Stadium.
The Titans lost Herman Ese'ese who was sent off in the first half of the Club's Magic Round loss to the ladder-leading Penrith Panthers.
Proctor says he has offered support to his fellow forward, but the focus is on making sure the side adheres to the rules in regards to the NRL's enforcement on contact to the head.
"It is what it is (focus on high contact), we can't do too much about it, we've just got to adapt as a team and as a club.
"We obviously didn't handle it too well on the weekend with a red card ... the game is always changing and we need to adapt the best we can.
"I'm just trying to give him some support because he probably feels bad.
"He's apologised to the group and I know he didn't mean to do that and I don't think anyone means to do anything like that it was just reaction.
"He'll learn from it and he'll definitely get his fitness up over the next four weeks."
As for Proctor, he'll be fit and ready to go for Saturday's clash after recovering well from a knee complaint.
"I just copped a direct blow at the start of the game and it was hard to move at times but it has been good and hopefully I keep getting better through the week."
The Gold Coast side will look to keep their strong record at Cbus Super Stadium alive on Saturday, having won four of the last five games in front of the Titans Legion.