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Sydney Roosters skipper Simaima Taufa.

Sydney Roosters skipper Simaima Taufa says she's not concerned about going into Sunday's NRL Holden Women's Premiership grand final as a target after calling out the Broncos for attacking at her injured knee in round two.

Taufa and the Roosters were left fuming after the Jillaroos star felt she was targeted by some of her international teammates as she continues to battle a MCL injury.

The Broncos have denied the accusations over the past fortnight with a heavily strapped Taufa playing through the pain barrier ahead of this weekend's inaugural decider.

The 24-year-old was reluctant to discuss her comments a fortnight ago but admitted she hadn't spoken to anyone at the Broncos since making the claims.

"I'm not holding any grudges," Taufa told NRL.com.

"What's done is done and I can't change that. That's in the past for me and not in the back of my mind.

"Once I start worrying about that then I lose sight of what I'm here to do, which is to make sure I'm getting the team moving forward."

Match Highlights: NRLW Roosters v Broncos - Round 2, 2018

In-form Broncos hooker Brittany Breayley addressed the side's stance on the matter on Tuesday and didn't believe it would affect the clash.

Taufa has struggled with injuries throughout the 2018 season but has often pushed through the pain barrier.

"We do play a lot of football with the team members of the Roosters and I think there were accusations that came from someone on the field," Breayley said.

"I guess it was banter. I was not witness to any of the accusations. On field banter stays on the field and I am sure there were no hard feelings."

Taufa's determination to remain on the paddock has stunned those around her but is nothing new for the Western Sydney product.

The 2017 Dally M women's player of the year admitted she shouldn't be playing given the extent of the injury but her determination to inspire the side had outweighed her latest setback.

"I can do further damage but I've been managing it well," she said.

"I'm on the physio table every day. It's literally all about going from the Dragons game into a machine, onto icing the knee, stay off my feet, do the rehab exercises.

"I try and train off the knee, I row with one leg, I do a bit of boxing or I'll find anything. I've had my fair share of injuries this year and have managed them well in a sense to get back on the field."

Taufa is hopeful the injury will settle after the NRLW decider in time for the Jillaroos-Kiwi Ferns Test match in October.

"For now I'm staying positive," Taufa said.

"I know what I'm risking and it's one I'm willing to take. When I see the smiles on the girls' faces and know they go through the same injury agonies, it's all worth it.

"We know we get better each week and the pressure is not on us."