HE might be coming up against several of Maroons players that featured in Wednesday night's State of Origin decider, but for Blues and Wests Tigers forward Aaron Woods, Origin redemption is the furthest thing from his mind come Sunday.
The 24-year-old captain, who is yet to beat the Broncos in his four starts, said that his full focus on Sunday will be delivering the two points for his side and not a personal focus on making up for Wednesday night's tough defeat at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
"Yeah, that game was pretty frustrating for us," Woods reflected on the Origin decider.
"[But] I've got a job to do here now. JT [Jason Taylor] spoke to us during the week about what he wants for us, and I know if I do that role, we'll go a long way to winning.
"We're just worried about getting the season back on track for Wests Tigers."
With Robbie Farah not named to return from a hand injury, Woods will captain the side once more, and said he was looking forward to getting his first win in charge.
"It'll be good to get a win with the C next to my name," laughed Woods.
"It's a pretty cool moment for myself to captain. There's a lot of good players here, so to get the captaincy, it's definitely a good moment and one that I'm proud of.
"But it doesn't change my job too much. I've got to get the boys going forward and we've got to make our tackles. And I'd love a win — that's for sure."
See what Aaron had to say in full about this week's match in the press conference above.