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Consistency the key according to Kevin

Kevin Proctor is the Titans most experienced player.

2022 is his 15th season in the NRL, with the 32-year-old having played 275 career games.

"It's been a long time but it goes pretty quick when you think about it and in some respects it feels like I've only just debuted a few years ago," Proctor said.

"I'm very grateful to be in this position."

The veteran second-rower knows questions about his future will come this season, but he is clear in his mind about whether season 2022 will be his last.

"I haven't really thought about it yet, I'm hoping I win the lotto so it makes the decision a bit easier," Proctor laughs.

"The body is still feeling good and as long as I'm still here mentally and get excited to come to training, the young guys still keep me on my toes, but as soon as I lose that passion I'll hang up the boots.

"The will and desire is still there."

The New Zealand international knows what it takes to be successful, having won the NRL premiership with the Melbourne Storm earlier in his career.

He thinks the Titans side are building towards success, but knows that the young squad must learn to be more consistent if they're to challenge the top teams next season.

"Our goal was to make the finals (last season) which was good and we can tick the box there but this year we want to go further," he said.

"It is a long way out yet and I don't really want to think about it too soon, but we need to play more consistent footy because we were too up and down last year like a rollercoaster.

"We need to play more consistent footy like the top four teams and that'll give us a really good chance of playing finals and I think that consistency is a massive goal for us."

Proctor says he has been impressed with how the squad has returned for pre-season, but singled out young fullback Jayden Campbell.

"Little JC has come back in really good nick and he looks like he has put on a little bit of weight and he is just looking silky with the hands," he said.

"I think last year would have done a lot of good for his confidence and I'm really looking forward to watching him play this year."