The Titans are getting closer to the thing they crave most - consistency.
The 'c' word has been used time and time again by the playing group over the last month, as they worked to try to produce a run of strong performances.
After beating the Dragons and the Bulldogs in consecutive weeks to move back into the NRL's top eight, lock Tino Fa'asuamaleaui says the group is building their confidence.
"I think the last time we had back to back wins was at the start of the year in rounds two and three," he said.
"It's a good confidence boost for us and good momentum.
"We've just got to keep improving and hopefully we get this train rolling."
The 21-year-old opened the scoring against the Bulldogs and was again strong through the middle of the park.
"It's been a while so it was good to get another try," Fa'asuamaleaui said.
"They don't come that often so it was good to get one."
While pleased with their improved defence, Fa'asuamaleaui says the players are setting high standards and they want to make sure that continues this week.
"It would have been better if we kept them (Bulldogs) to nil, but we are doing a lot of work on our defence.
"We just have to keep going at training to make sure we're not letting tries in and especially easy tries.
"Our main focus is our defence and our attack will come off the back of that.
"We can't think too far ahead, we just have to get ourselves right and get the job done this weekend."
The Cowboys haven't won since round 12 and sit two wins outside of the top eight.
Despite a good victory over their Queensland rivals in round three, Fa'asuamaleaui expects the Cowboys to come out firing on Sunday.
"They will be up for another derby," he said.
"They'll want to bounce back from last week and they haven't been playing too bad.
"All of the sides ... we've got to treat it all the same no matter where they are on the ladder.