Mitch Rein says he is refreshed and focused for his return to the side this weekend against the St George Illawarra Dragons.
The 200-gamer has had a few weeks on the sideline and can't wait to run onto Cbus Super Stadium against one of his former teams on Sunday.
"I am super excited, can't wait! Rein enthused.
"I haven’t played in a few weeks now so my body has had a chance to rest and I am really looking to take this opportunity.
"I'll be going out and leaving everything out there."
Rein picks up his opportunity on the back of fellow Titans hooker Erin Clark, after he hyper-extended his elbow in the weekend's game against the Eels.
The Titans know they need their defence to click in order to make a run towards the finals this year and Rein says it has been their focus for a number of weeks, but they need to up their detail for longer periods.
"It (playing finals) is up to us now really," he said.
"We have been putting in a lot of hard work and if we get those things right in the key part of the game (it will help win games).
"We have been putting in heaps of hard work on getting that right.
"And we have proved that we can do it at different stages throughout the year and throughout every game.
"We just need to stay focused on our defensive detail."
The Titans will get an additional advantage of playing at Cbus Super Stadium in the unusual 'away' team scenario this week as part of another double header on the Coast.
In an added piece of motivation for the Titans, Toby Sexton will make his club and NRL debut against the Dragons.
"Everyone is super happy for him (Sexton)," Rein said.
"It is a huge achievement and we want to make sure it is a memorable one for him.
"He definitely deserves his opportunity and I am really excited for him."