After a hard-fought win over the reigning premiers in Round 20, the Knights now have the task of tackling the second-placed South Sydney Rabbitohs in Cairns.
According to forward Robbie Rochow, it is about taking the same approach into the match this Sunday.
“We had injuries and a few people out but we simplified it for ourselves and just played a lot better,” he said after training on Tuesday.
"That is what we want to keep going with this week."
On a side note, he had no doubt about holding up the Roosters' James Maloney just before half time.
"I knew I held him up, I was a little bit angry because the ref called a try and I though ‘how does he call a try if he doesn’t see anything?’," Rochow explained.
The 23-year-old was also happy to see the Club’s young talent rise to the challenge against the premiers.
“It is great, playing with Adam (Clydsdale) at No.9 and seeing the (Chanel and Sione) Mata’utia boys come on and play with a lot of enthusiasm,” he explained.
“It really lifted our team and it is great to have those boys coming through our squad.”
Meanwhile, Rochow maintains he isn’t distracted by the unknown of who will be at the helm next season.
“We are just waiting to find out (who will be coach) but we have no control over that decision,” he said.
“I can’t speak on behalf of other players, but whoever is coaching I just know I will want to do the same job I have done the last few years I have been here.”
The Knights travel to Cairns on Friday and will hold an open training session from 10am at Barlow Park on Saturday morning.