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Undroppable: Haas' incredible streak of Titans success

Klese Haas has a unique statistic that every footballer dreams of having.... he has never lost since his NRL debut.

In all three appearances for the Gold Coast - his last being at the weekend against the Sea Eagles - he is three from three after returning for his first game of the season with a solid 28-minute stint, including his maiden four-pointer to seal the deal in backend of the match.

Being labelled undroppable by some given his perfect streak in Titans colours, Haas has humbly credited his entire team for the success instead of just his individualism as his fledgling NRL career continues to grow.

"It's definitely not all me... it's the team," he modestly revealed.

Selected again for this weekend's Magic Round encounter against the Eels after being on the cusp of a recall in the opening eight weeks of the competition, biding his time in the Hostplus Cup was something the 21-year-old had no hesitation in doing, upholding an attitude on his shoulders that could have him easily be mistaken for a seasoned first grade footballer.

"A big thing is patience... I just didn't want to get too agitated," Haas said.

"I knew I was right there and just needed to keep working and eventually it would come."

In his time with Tweed, the talented edge forward had a defensive focus to improve his tackle technique, which allowed him to average 29 tackles per game at an incredible 96 percent efficiency in his first four games in Seagulls colours.

He also enhanced his attacking prowess to be a strike weapon in the back-row for his Titans return.

"I think a big thing for me was defensively. I know last year, I felt a bit
sloppy around my wrestle and stuff like that... I really wanted to nail down on that," Haas said.

"Also in attack, just my line running and running aggressively. I think from my time with Tweed at the start of the year, I've really not necessarily nailed it, but I've gotten way better than last year."

Ready for the challenge against Parramatta in his first match at Suncorp Stadium, Haas' feel the main focus should be on themselves, despite the star-studded forward pack their opponents possess.

"I've never played at Magic Round, so it should be good fun," he said.

"They got some really good players in their side... Junior Paul and even Wiremu (Greig) is killing it at the moment.

"We've just got to go out there, be aggressive and I'm confident we'll be sweet."

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.