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For Rabbitohs halfback Adam Reynolds, success all comes down to confidence – something that he believes the Wests Tigers and his opposite number Luke Brooks are showing plenty of so far in 2014.

 “They’re playing with a lot of confidence at the moment – the Tigers – and so is (Luke) Brooks,” said Reynolds.

“He’s a good young player and he’s looking dangerous at the moment. It’s going to be a challenge for all of our boys stepping in.”

The young halfback who this year was rewarded with a second City jumper cited that his early form wasn’t up to where he would have liked, but praised his teammates for helping him raise his confidence levels with great performances.

“I’m just getting a bit of confidence back there,” said Reynolds.

“It’s always easy to do well when the team’s going well, so credit to our boys. We’ve been playing better in the past few weeks so all credit to them.”

Despite the wins though, Reynolds admits that the Rabbitohs are not where they would like to be at this stage of the season.

“We’re still not where we want to be,” admitted Reynolds.

“We’ve still got a lot of improvement ahead of us. It’s just a little reward for the hard work we’ve been doing at training, but there’s still a long way to go.”


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