Despite being linked with a move away from Manly, second-rower Feleti Mateo insists he's determined to see out the remainder of his contract at the club.
With seven rounds remaining in the 2015 Telstra Premiership season, it's make-or-break time for each team's chances of making the finals.
It looks like a mismatch: the in-form league leaders up against the strugglers from down the road. But local derbies can produce unusual results...
Warriors fullback Sam Tomkins believes the Warriors need to stop putting unnecessary pressure on themselves if they're to defeat the Sea Eagles in Round 20.
Round 20 presents Manly with their final chance to rescue something from a disastrous season, while the Warriors will look to bounce back from a big loss.
While he's only managed a handful of games since returning to the Knights, Clint Newton places great importance on his role in guiding the club's young stars.
Both teams are in the top eight, but they need to win to stay there, making the clash at Belmore potentially the game of the round.
The Roosters are comfortably in the top four and are looking every bit like premiership heavyweights after losing only once in their last nine matches.
The league leaders after a dozen rounds of the season haven't won a game since. But there's every reason the Red V can still squeeze into the finals.
The make more line breaks - and commit more errors - than any other team in the NRL, and the Warriors will be aiming for some consistency ahead of the finals.