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In the lead up to the Newcastle Knights' Monday night match against the Melbourne Storm,  Tyrone Roberts has spoken about his desire to play his best to end the season well.  

The 24-year-old halfback will depart the Club at season's end to join the Gold Coast Titans in 2016.

As he strives for a positive end to the year, Roberts was pleased to score a try in the Knights' Round 23 win against Wests Tigers.

"I knew that I had to finish on a good note and you're always remembered for your last games," Roberts said on Friday.

"I'm happy and have had a good time here and have some good memories and some good mates.

"It's hard to leave, but I just have to do what's best for me and my family."

As he begins to count down his final matches with the Knights, he says he'd most like to be remembered as a player passionate about the Club's fans and the community and as someone that wore the jersey with great pride.

"I'm good to the community and the fans and am genuine, and that's what Newcastle is all about," he said. 

"I have been through the (Knights junior) system and want to be known for who I am."