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Almost a full season into life as a Titan, backrower David Fifita says he feels at home.

The 21-year-old has been at his destructive best in 2021, leading the league in tackle breaks and having scored the most tries of any forward in the game.

In recent weeks, he has had a new challenge to embrace - making an impact from the interchange bench.

"My role has been different coming onto the bench but I'm enjoying it and enjoying the challenge of just getting on there and doing my best for the team and bringing that impact," Fifita said.

"We've been getting the wins you know so you can't really change much.

"I'm playing the 60 minute mark and I'm enjoying it.

"We've got to keep doing what is working and this is working and I'm just happy to do what's best for the team.

"Playing on the right side now too, I feel a bit more comfortable in my running style and better there.

"Kevvie (Kevin Proctor) and Beau (Fermor) on them edges are doing a really good job.

"So in that first 20 Kevvie does a really good job and then me coming on to that edge, I'm just doing what I do.

"It's going good so far."

Having joined the Titans for the 2021 season, Fifita says he's now starting to see the benefit of a full season with his team-mates.

"I'm still getting to know the boys ... it's only been eight or nine months that I've been here and the boys have been welcoming from the get go.

"When you start coming to the crucial part of the year we need to connect and combine really well.

"Now that we are in the bubble, we are getting really close.

"We were always close, but everyone is gelling really gelling really well at the right time and I think that is what is getting us the result on the field."

Always keen to praise his team-mates rather than take the spotlight, Fifita was quick to highlight the work done by the Titans halves in helping his attacking statistics.

"My halves are setting me up and giving me good opportunities to get over the line," Fifita said.

"I'll do my best this week against Cody Walker, he is a good defensive player and Gags (Dane Gagai) as well.

"Toby (Sexton) and the halves are doing a really good job to get me in the right position and I just do my best to get over the line."

After three straight wins, Fifita knows that the Rabbitohs will present a tough challenge on Saturday.

He thinks the Titans are more than ready to perform.

"It's a good challenge for us. I'm really looking forward to it," Fifita said.

"It's good to see where we're at as a group collectively and they're probably one of the best - if not the best attacking side.

"I'm confident that we'll get the result that we're after we just all need to keep doing what we've been doing the last couple of weeks.

"We started off really well at the start of the year and then we just went through that period where we were inconsistent as a group.

"The last couple of weeks we have really come together ... our coaching staff included ... and everyone is on board with each other and it's really exciting times moving forward.

"It's a big challenge this weekend and I'm looking forward to ripping in with the boys and hopefully getting these wins."