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Jarrod Wallace was a villain the last time the Titans made the NRL finals.

"The last time we played finals was 2016 and I was playing for the Broncos and we knocked them (Titans) out," Wallace said.

Coming off back-to-back wins, the Titans sit inside the top eight and are eyeing a return to the finals.

Wallace says the playing group are determined to produce good football over the last month of the competition to ensure Titans fans have something to cheer into September.

"Since I've been here, I haven't had the chance to play finals," he said.

"To be able to do it for our fans, our family members and our Members who have been here for the struggle would mean everything for the boys.

"It's one of our core factors of our culture that we're building here is that we want to make our family and our fans and our Members and everyone that works in our organisation proud.

"If we keep doing what we are doing and make the finals ... it would be a massive thing for the Gold Coast."

Wallace is in some strong individual form and last week managed to make the highlights reel with a special pass for Brian Kelly to score.

Wallace with a wonder ball for Kelly to get a double

"If there is a chance and it's on you'll definitely see it again," Wallace grinned.

"If not, I'll tuck it under the wing and do what I need to do."

The experienced forward knows that the Titans must continue to improve their defence if they are to be a finals contender.

"We've been working hard on what we're doing in our defence," Wallace said.

"The last two weeks have been quite good and we've held them to low scores.

"I definitely think the last few weeks we've got a real grind mentality.

"We've welcomed our defence and haven't shied away from it.

"We've shown that we can score points from anywhere on the field and our defence has let us down but we are making sure that we've got both really working for us.

"The Cows have got some real strike in their attack so we need to make sure our defence is on this week and we communicate with each other and we keep turning up like all of the good teams do."

The Cowboys have moved their captain Jason Taumalolo from lock to the second row for Sunday's clash at Cbus Super Stadium.

Wallace says the change in position won't see Taumalolo become less of a threat.

"I don't think it matters where Jase is playing he is always dangerous," he said.

"He has shown us over the last five or six years how dangerous he is.

"It'll be crucial, but we don't only have him to watch out for, they've got guys like Val Holmes, big Frank Molo , Tommy Dearden and Drinkwater.

"We need to make sure we are ready to go, especially on the defensive end."