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After recovering from an ankle injury that saw him out for five weeks, Tyrone Roberts’ says his main focus now is returning to form and contributing to the team. 

“It wasn’t too bad. I copped a knock but it wasn’t too bad so everything is looking good at the moment,” he said on Monday after getting through Friday night’s match. 

“I’ve just come back from injury so main focus is just getting back in form.”

The halfback sustained the injury in Round 12 against the New Zealand Warriors and was given a return schedule of between four to six weeks.

After getting close to making a return before the bye against the Brisbane Broncos, he was pleased to get back on the field on Friday night.

“I’m not going to go out on the field and let my teammates down if I’m not 100 per cent,” he said.

“I want to play at my best and don’t want to let the team down.”

He was pleased to make it through the game unscathed but admits the 36-22 defeat was not the outcome he had in mind for the Round 18 encounter with the Canberra Raiders. 

“No one likes to lose and at the moment we just can’t get a win and are low on confidence,” he said.

“We are the only ones that we control what happens on the field and off the field. 

“My main focus at the moment is in winning some games.”

The Knights host the Gold Coast Titans in Round 19's Heritage Round at Hunter Stadium.