Mercurial Warriors playmaker Shaun Johnson says personal points tallies aren't a focus for him.
The scorer of 26 points in the 54-12 NRL drubbing of Canberra in Auckland on Saturday, Johnson says it's more important that he plays his part for his team.
"I'm really happy for the boys that the hard work we're putting in during the week is slowly starting to show,'' he said.
"It doesn't matter if I don't score. I just have to keep executing my role and I was happy I could do that.''
Johnson's contribution to the scoreboard included two intercept tries, one a 90-metre effort.
There was also a perfect return off the kicking tee from his nine goal attempts, an achievement that gave him particular pleasure, given his 57 per cent success rate over the rest of the season.
"I've been very hard on myself, the way I started the year kicking and I've worked hard in training,'' the 23-year-old said.
"I just need to back it up next week now.''
Johnson also bagged 26 points against the Raiders in the teams' previous meeting last August, when his haul included a seven-minute hat-trick.
The total is two shy of the club record held jointly by Gene Ngamu, Ivan Cleary and James Maloney.
The Warriors have now put together two impressive performances to lift their win-loss record to 4-5.
They have also broken their drought at Eden Park after five defeats there.
But Johnson said he didn't feel like a weight had fallen off his shoulders.
He had never bought into talk of a curse for league at the rugby stronghold, where the Kiwis are waiting for their first win after three losses.
He said the Warriors had simply been outplayed there in the past, something they were able to put right against the Raiders.
"We showed up with the right attitude and we started well,'' he said.
"We didn't wait, we went for it, and that went a long way to getting us the result.
"I think this proves there's no such thing as a hoodoo. It's just about having your head screwed on on the day.''
That leaves just one New Zealand ground where the Warriors have played at but are yet to win - Waikato Stadium in Hamilton, where their record is 0-2 and where they meet high fliers Canterbury next Sunday.