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Aaron Gray spoke to Rabbitohs Media at recovery on Tuesday morning and described the feeling around camp as chirpy following the win against the Sharks on Monday Night.

Gray recorded the highest number of runs for the Rabbitohs side in Monday night’s clash, gaining 154 metres through 20 runs. Playing for the full 80 minutes, Gray had a 100 per cent effective tackle rate through 13 successful tackles and recorded four tackle breaks.

With two games left in the regular season, the focus is on Sunday’s game against the Knights with team aspirations of finishing off the season strong.

“We are trying to really finish strong at the back end of the season and win all our games to go.” said Gray.

With a short turn around before Sunday’s game, the team will be aiming to get their bodies back to full recovery before travelling up the M1 to Hunter Stadium.

“We will head back to training tomorrow (Wednesday), have a bit of a light session on the field and we’ve got a short turn around so I think next week will be based around recovery more than anything so get our bodies right for Sunday,” said Gray.

View the full interview with Gray in the video player above.

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