Rabbitohs centre Bryson Goodwin has discussed the upcoming clash with the Titans and his own footballing future with the NRL Media today (Monday) at the Simply Energy High Performance Centre.

Despite going down against the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night, Goodwin feels if the team replicates that effort in their upcoming fixtures they'll be likely to post some positive results.

"We obviously need to start winning a few games," said Goodwin.

"If we just concentrate on ourselves and just put in a big effort like we did against the Broncos last week we can come away with a win."

Goodwin also spoke about his decision to leave the Rabbitohs at the end of the year to take up an opportunity to play abroad.

"I just made my mind up. Have to wait for it to be official. It's waiting for them pretty much right now," said Goodwin.  

"I had a choice to stay if I wanted to but it's just a decision that myself and the family have to make. I just sort of thought about it and I look forward to doing it - it's something different and a new experience.

"It's very tough, I made a lot of friends here with all the staff and players. It'll be a very sad day but in saying that, it's a new adventure for me and my family that we'll be looking forward to do."

Souths are sitting in 14th on the NRL Telstra Premiership Ladder ahead of our Round 15 clash with the Gold Coast Titans. However, Goodwin remains positive of a finals appearance for the men in Cardinal and Myrtel, highlighting the difference between our position and the top eight is only four points.

"To be honest I haven't really seen the ladder - I think I saw it on the news last night for the first time in weeks," said Goodwin.

"We're not that far off, we're only about two or three games out of the eight so if we string a few games together - anything could happen.

"We win a few games and we'll put ourselves in the picture. We're looking forward to the challenge."