Tyrone Roberts says he has got a point to prove at Gold Coast Titans following his spell in Super League with Warrington.
The 27-year-old has re-joined the Titans on a two-year deal following a season in Super League with Warrington Wolves.
Roberts played 23 games in Super League as a half-back, helping the Wolves reach the Super League Grand Final and Challenge Cup final, losing both.
“I’ve got a lot of competition and I can’t slip up,” Roberts told NRL.com.
“I have to train hard and do everything that is asked of me.
“You’ve got to prove yourself and get better. You can’t just roll back into the same situation and not get any results.
“We have Ryley Jacks and a lot of talent coming through with AJ Brimson, who had a good crack, but if we all work together towards the same goal – we will bring out the best of each other.”
Roberts, who has represented Indigenous All Stars, revealed that he enjoyed his time in Super League but is glad to be back on the Gold Coast.
“We had a great season with a good bunch of lads over there in Warrington,” he added.
“We lost two finals and that was heartbreaking but now I’m ready to play for the Gold Coast Titans.
“[Super League] is more free-flowing and there is not much structure so it is like going back to the backyard and doing what you grew up doing.”