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Adam Reynolds says pride in the Rabbitohs jersey is motivating himself and his teammates to continue to improve and put in strong performances in the closing fixtures of the 2016 NRL season.

Responding to comments that the Rabbitohs do not have much to play for this season, Reynolds believes the Rabbitohs are playing for pride in themselves and the Club ahead of Saturday's clash with the New Zealand Warriors at Mount Smart Stadium.

"For us there is still a fair bit to play for," countered Reynolds.

"There's always pride on the line. We don't want to take a backwards step from where we were last week and it's about preparing well and making sure we turn up."

Reynolds believes his team took a big step in the right direction in their Round 22 clash with the Melbourne Storm - citing attitude and good preparation as keys to the strong performance.

"It's definitely a step forward," said Reynolds.

"I wouldn't say we're there yet, we've still got things to improve on. We have to make sure we prepare well and turn up with the right attitude again.

"My focus is trying to get a win for Souths - That's top of the priority list at the moment."



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