Five-eighth Cody Walker says Latrell Mitchell's form since the competition resumption has improved markedly and it is up to Souths' playmakers to put him in good positions to help both player and team.
Mitchell backed up an impressive effort in last week's loss to Melbourne with a starring role in Saturday's 32-12 win over the Titans, including a try and three try assists.
Walker described Mitchell's performance as "awesome".
"I've said all along, his skill set is unbelievable, what he's been showing at training, his hands, you start saying 'wow'.
"It's up to myself and Reyno [Adam Reynolds] to be putting him in those sort of situations more often and that comes back to getting through our sets, building our game."
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Mitchell was quiet back in rounds one and two, but has improved in three straight games since the round three resumption.
"I just think he has a better understanding of where he needs to be," Walker added.
"We can't forget the fact he's had a shorter pre-season than a lot of guys, the break's been good for him to relax, come back in, have a pre-season, have a better understanding of our game plan.
"He's shown over the last couple of weeks he's just going from strength to strength. It was great to see him in those sort of positions. We all know what type of talent he has and what skill set he's got."
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Mitchell spoke to Fox League post-game and said he was in a happier place after a challenging few months, taking ownership of his situation and putting the onus on himself to improve it.
"I'm happy. Not too many things have gone my way the last four or five months. It's only on me," Mitchell said.
"I've seen everyone in the media have an opinion on me. It's up to me to change that. I'm enjoying myself, I've changed my attitude towards being at home, being around my kids and being a dad, and growing up in those areas makes me perform and happy."
Walker has had a rocky few weeks himself but was relieved to be back on the field after serving his two-game ban.
"It was good to get back and get in the winners' circle," Walker said.
"There's a lot of improvement we can take from that game. It's a huge step. We're giving teams opportunities to come back into the contest through errors and penalties.
"The second half it felt like we couldn't get out of our end, defending our line. Good effort but we don't need to be putting that sort of pressure on ourselves."
It was also Walker's first game under the re-jigged rules and he expects to get plenty of room to showcase his attacking skills as defenders tire.
"There's a lot of opportunity to be playing ad-lib footy and to be over the advantage line, I really enjoy that," he said.
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"That's when I play my best footy is when I'm over the ad-line, going at the defence with speed. I was a little bit gassed in the second half having a long time off but it's a step in the right direction."
Continuing the theme of the weekend players from both teams and the referees linked arms in a circle prior to kick-off and took a knee in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter global anti-racism movement.
"It's one of the great things in society – we took a knee to stamp out racism," Walker said.
"The way we move forward as a country is we unite hand in hand and walk forward. Regardless of background, regardless of colour, we walk forward together and that's the way we get out of this is that we do it together."