Although the young Londoner has bags of natural ability, he has struggled to find consistency during his time in east Hull.
But new Robins coach Chester has given him public backing, and included him in the team which beat St Helens in such impressive style at the weekend.
“It’s nice to have the coach show confidence in you,” said the 23-year-old, speaking to his club\’s official website.
“Playing week in, week out is what I’ve wanted all year.
“To hear Chris say after the game that I would keep my place for the Leeds match was great and now I have to pay him back with my performance.
“Not being in the team for a while can get your head down but it feels really good to be back playing with the boys.”
Caro scored a hat-trick against the Saints, and is hopeful that he can keep his place against Leeds on Friday night.
Ade Gardner will come back into contention, however, after being unable to play against the club from which he is on loan at the weekend.
Caro believes that the Robins can repeat their shock 16-112 victory from last season at Headingley, but knows that the Rhinos will ask some serious questions.
“That was probably one of my favourite games I have played for Rovers,” Caro said, of the game in 2013.
“We went in as underdogs and came out as winners, hopefully we can do that again.
“They have a good squad on paper and some outstanding players which will always pose a tough test, but we are confident of picking up the two points.”