Keith Galloway says while a finals finish might appear unlikely in 2015, there’s still plenty for his side to play for in the final five weeks of the year.

After producing arguably his strongest performance of the season last week against the Melbourne Storm — chalking up 175 metres and 24 tackles — the former Australian international forward said that the full focus for this week was backing up their last-start result, something he believes his side haven’t done well enough this year.

“Yeah, it was a good win last weekend,” Galloway reflected earlier today, “but we’ve just got to back it up now, which is something we haven’t been doing too well this year.

“I think a month or so ago we beat Souths pretty comfortably, but then the next few weeks after that were pretty dire for us and we didn’t win a game. We’ve got to try and get back-to-back wins now — something we haven’t done since the start of the year.”

“There’s definitely still plenty of pride to play for this year.

“Pride in the jersey, and for the fans too.”

See what Keith Galloway had to say in full about this week’s game in the video above.

Saturday footy returns to Campbelltown on August 15 when we take on the Knights!