Wests Tigers this week take on Melbourne Storm at AAMI park as Mick Potter's men look for their third win of the season.


Melbourne sit atop the NRL ladder with four wins from four starts and look the team to beat early in 2013.


The current NRL Premiers and World Champions have picked up where they left off last year, seeing off challenges from St George Illawarra, North Queensland Cowboys, Canterbury Bulldogs and Brisbane Broncos.


Melbourne have had a hectic travel schedule so far in 2013, travelling to Leeds in the north of England as well as two trips to Queensland and a visit to Sydney.


Wests Tigers assistant coach Royce Simmons doesn't believe Wests Tigers can bank on the Storm running out of puff.


"I don't think they'll tire," said Simmons.


"I think Craig Bellamy uses that sort of stuff for motivation. He's a good coach.


"You keep asking the players each week if they're going to fold and you use it for motivation.


"He'll use it as a challenge."


Wests Tigers have had an up and down start to the season with two wins and two losses.


Newcastle and Manly have proved stumbling blocks away from home, while Wests Tigers were able to score good wins over Penrith and Parramatta at Campbelltown Stadium and Leichhardt Oval, respectively.


Wests Tigers will hunt for their first away win of the season in Melbourne on Monday night where they have traditionally struggled.


The club has won just the once in Melbourne since forming in 2000, but that victory came last year as Wests Tigers claimed a 10-6 win.


Melbourne took its revenge in Round 26 of 2012, with a 26-6 win at Leichhardt Oval as they marched on to the NRL Premiership.


Wests Tigers coach Mick Potter believes his troops have the firepower to defeat the Storm. He spent the week ensuring they had the belief to play at their best for the full match.


"We just need to be as good as them in aspects of confidence and resilience to pressure," said Potter.


"We're doing it currently for sixty to seventy minutes. We need to do it for eighty minutes."


Potter has moved former NSW five eighth Braith Anasta into the halves with Jacob Miller reverting back to NSW Cup.


"We needed to take the line on a little more," said Potter.


"Miller was allowing himself to get squeezed out a little bit in the game.


"He just needs a little bit of a stint back in NSW Cup to build his confidence up to take the line on, to square up the opposition to create space for other people."


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