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Rabbitohs Hooker Cameron McInnes says his Rabbitohs are determined to continue fighting and improving as a Club and have a lot of motivation heading into the final seven rounds of the 2016 NRL season.

McInnes says there is a commitment within the Simply Energy High Performance Centre to showcase the football the Rabbitohs are capable of and register positive results in our coming run of fixtures.

"The main thing is that all the boys are focused and everyone wants to improve - We want to turn it around," said McInnes.

Growing stronger as a Club over the last several weeks, McInnes sees this as an opportunity to showcase the fighting spirit of the Rabbitohs.

"For me, there is still a lot to play for this year," McInnes said.

"There are plenty of opportunities for us to show the Club we are and how we keep fighting."

Echoing Coach Maguire's comments earlier this week on how the Club is reacting positively to a tough run of results, McInnes believes the growth within the Rabbitohs organisation is setting a standard for future success. 

"Sometimes you have to go through adversity and rough patches. I know as a Club and as a person we'll be stronger for it and better for it.

"We've learned a lot and I've definitely learned a lot about myself and how to deal with things.

"There's always a positive in a bad situation."

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