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Wests Tigers recruit James Gavet says competition for a place in the NRL side is driving a high standard of training as the side prepares for 2013.

The front rower, who arrived at Wests Tigers from the Warriors via Canterbury, is concentrating hard on his own game in a bid to claim a spot in Mick Potter's team.

"I've got an attitude to not worry about those around me, just to give it my all," said Gavet.

"I think it's best for the team that we're all constantly competing. That's what makes a great team at the end of the day.

"Mick Potter is a great coach, he'll field his best team and hopefully that's me on the day."

Speaking exclusively to Wests Tigers TV, Gavet gave fans an insight into his style of play.

"People have commented on my running game, my offload and aggression," said Gavet.

Watch the full interview on Wests Tigers TV

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