Corey Thompson says the Titans are determined to win on Sunday, no matter what happens in the games prior.
The Titans can make the finals, should both the Raiders and Sharks drop their final round games, and if the Gold Coast defeat the Warriors.
Thompson says he'll have an eye on the early games, but it won't impact the Titans preparations for Sunday.
"Obviously we are really hoping that the results go our way and we can win on Sunday and then play finals," Thompson said.
"We don't want to finish our season yet, we have worked to hard to kick stones this week and bow out at Cbus and go on holidays.
"We want to play finals footy and represent the Titans in the finals and to do that we have to prepare well this week and play with the mindset that we want to win."
The Titans will say thank-you to Members, fans and the wider Gold Coast community as part of the final round celebrations.
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Thompson says the team also want to farewell a Titans veteran with a win.
"It is our last game of the (regular) season and it is at home and Anthony Don is retiring so it'll be good to go out there and get the win.
"We just want to prepare and get the win and whatever happens ... I think we can hold our heads high.
"We'll know before our game whether we can play finals or not but as long as we prepare well this week and get the win I think we'll be right."
Thompson says there has been plenty of growth in the young side in 2021 and they will learn from missed opportunities.
"We had two days off to think about the result against the Knights on the weekend and we came back in today with a positive mindset.
"Regardless of what happens in the before games, we want to prepare well and beat the Warriors.
"I think there was a couple of games ... against the Roosters, the boys fought back to get in the lead but lost in the end, against Melbourne when the boys played on the Sunny Coast and almost won it at the death and there are a couple of other games ... we were beating Souths at halftime and we let them come back over the top of us.
"I think there are a handful of games through the season that we can look back on and be very disappointed in ... those wins that you don't think mattered in round ten, they creep up on you at the back end of the year."