Rabbitohs Forward, Chris Grevsmuhl, says that despite last week’s 52-6 win against the Newcastle Knights, the team is focusing on each game as it comes, starting with this Sunday’s Round 21 clash against the Penrith Panthers.
The Rabbitohs have achieved wins in their past two outings, defeating both the Newcastle Knights and St George Illawarra Dragons.
But Grevsmuhl emphasised to Rabbitohs.com.au that the team is continually seeking to improve upon their past performances and not focus on prior results as the business end of the season looms.
“We’re working week to week on trying to better ourselves as a team,” Grevsmuhl said.
“We’re out there to improve upon our processes and play to the best of our abilities each week. We’ve been getting closer to where we want to be in the last few weeks, but there’s still areas we need to work on.
“We’re looking forward to building on that this weekend against the Panthers.”
Grevsmuhl believes that he and his team is starting to gel together, with all players performing their roles well and working together, allowing the team to string together some solid performances.
“All the boys have been playing really well.” Grevsmuhl said.
“The forwards have been working very well together and ‘Reyno’ (Adam Reynolds), ‘Kink’ (Luke Keary) and ‘Greggy’ (Greg Inglis) have been leading from the front as well, steering the team around,”
“It’s a good environment to be around at the moment- we’re very excited for each week.
Grevsmuhl –who has primarily been used as an impact player off the bench this season – featured once again for the Rabbitohs in Round 20 against the Knights, running for 86 metres with the ball in hand and completing 14 tackles in just 29 minute on the field.
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