The Warriors are well aware of their ability but 300-game veteran Ryan Hoffman says they need to believe in themselves more if they are to become a consistent NRL side.
The 33-year-old celebrated his milestone match in style as the Warriors scored their first away win of the season in yesterday's morale-boosting 34-12 win over the Gold Coast at Cbus Super Stadium.
Hoffman scored the visitor's first try after 10 minutes and capped an impressive team performance by converting six-game rookie playmaker Ata Hingano's first four-pointer after the fulltime hooter.
Having conceded at least 30 points in each of their past three defeats to Penrith, St George Illawarra and Parramatta, the visitors made good on their plans to tighten their defence in the six tries-to-three victory.
"We're well aware of what we're capable of, we just need to believe it and do it on a consistent basis," said Hoffman.
"The thing we're most proud of is we kept a team like the Titans to 12 points.
"We're always going to back ourselves to score 13 so that's what we had great pride in today, we defended our line and defended the Titans."
The Warriors built on recent showings by further embracing a more direct style that saw their ball carriers get over the advantage line with offloads or quick play the balls helping them to get a roll-on.
Captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck led from the back with a game high 203 running metres while his speed and footwork from a standing start saw him race away to score their fourth try for a 24-4 halftime lead.
Halfback Shaun Johnson has faced plenty of criticism in recent weeks but the Kiwis international was heavily involved, playing a hand in three tries and steering his side around the park after five-eighth Kieran Foran departed with a quad injury in the 64th minute.
Foran was assisted from the field by two trainers but is hopeful of being fit for their next match - against the Canterbury Bulldogs side he will join next season - at Mt Smart Stadium on June 23, following next week's bye round.
Coach Stephen Kearney praised the powerful contributions from interchange front-rowers Albert Vete and Sam Lisone and believes the side is benefitting from a more cohesive forward effort.
"The forwards are starting to find their feet and get a bit of rhythm and combination going in the sense of some quick play the balls, which makes it really effective for the halves and particularly the dummyhalf we have (Issac Luke)," said Kearney.
"Both Sam and Albert came on and provided some real impact. Two weeks ago against the Broncos, they came on and kept the momentum that Jimmy Gavet and Ben started, and they did something similar today.
"They brought a lot of energy so that was a real positive for us."
Having struggled for consistency through the first half of the season, Hoffman hopes the win will give the Warriors confidence as they strive to book their first finals appearance since 2011.
They now sit just two points outside the top eight with the result moving them up into 11th spot on the premiership ladder.
"We just want to play to the capabilities that we have and the rest of the stuff will take care of itself," he said.
"We just need to string those good performances together.
"We're going to enjoy going into the bye having a win but then we've got another two games and then another bye, so it's a good opportunity for us to get a bit of consistency, string some wins together and really prep ourselves for the back end of the season."