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Kiwi international Nathan Cayless may be preparing for Friday’s all-Sydney blockbuster against the Bulldogs, but he has admitted that Parramatta also has one eye on the NRL’s greatest prize.<br><br>Speaking in the wake of a crushing victory over a brave Titans outfit, the hard running forward has pin-pointed his side’s momentum as a key factor that could take them all the way to grand final glory.<br><br>“We have got to keep [the momentum] going. Nobody remembers who came 2nd, 3rd or 4th, everyone remembers who won the comp and that’s all that matters,” Cayless revealed on Bigpond Sports Weekend. <br><br>The Eels notched up a 27-2 point victory on Friday night, but Cayless admitted the score did not accurately depict what was a highly physical and grinding affair.<br><br>“We were under pressure a lot through the game. The Titans really had us under the pump. <br><br>“The way we defended… we are really committing to each other. [We] just keep turning up, there’s not much more you can ask for from the boys.”<br><br>Highly scrutinised early in the season after showing Brett Finch the door, Cayless heaped praise on rookie coach Daniel Anderson and his ability to formulate a simple game plan based on teamwork.<br><br>“We weren’t playing as a team… to Daniel Anderson’s credit he has really turned the team and the club around.<br><br>“He is very disciplined. He is very honest and he lets you know what he expects from you.” <br><br>As one of the more experienced players at the club, Cayless revealed that Anderson wasn’t afraid of stepping on any toes in his rookie year as head coach – even if that ended in tears for star young-gun Krisnan Inu.<br><br>“No one is spared a serve. He gives some good ones…. I cop it all the time. He doesn’t care who you are.<br><br>“He [Inu] was just about to cry, he didn’t know what was going on.” <br><br>It is now obvious that there is a method to Anderson’s madness, as the famous blue and gold’s have won nine of their last ten.<br><br>If they are able make it eleven wins out from their last twelve, they would complete one of the most remarkable mid season comebacks is history.<br><br><b><a href="" target="_blank">CLICK HERE to watch the complete interview.</a></b><br>