For all of their attacking woes this season, Melbourne sit in second place with four wins from five matches, but Craig Bellamy knows they need to improve.
Melbourne will look to extend their unbeaten home start to the 2016 NRL Telstra Premiership season to four matches when Canterbury comes to town.
The Storm are 4-1 to start the season and sitting quite comfortably in second place, but according to star prop Jesse Bromwich their best is yet to come.
There's plenty of movement in the chasing pack behind the dominant Broncos and Cowboys, with the two cellar-dwellars coming oh-so-close to claiming needed wins.
Storm captain Cameron Smith has launched a stinging attack on the NRL schedule, labelling five-day turnarounds as "ridiculous".
The Storm left it late while the Knights proved they have fight in them in a nail-biting Saturday afternoon contest at AAMI Park.
A sluggish Melbourne Storm side came back from a 14-6 deficit against Newcastle to claim an 18-14 victory at AAMI Park on Saturday.
With contract talks still up in the air, Melbourne Storm halfback Cooper Cronk has admitted that the decision may be affecting his early season performances.
The depth of the Melbourne Storm will be tested against the Knights this weekend, with outside backs Curtis Scott and Marika Koroibete both missing the game.
Melbourne forward Kenny Bromwich says his team will need to tighten up their defensive game against the Knights on Saturday after their first loss of 2016.