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Wests Tigers centre Kevin Naiqama says the team aren't content with their strong start to the 2018 season despite knocking off a number of competition favourites already.

A second upset victory over the Melbourne Storm has Ivan Cleary's side entrenched inside the top four after five weeks of the year, but for the Fijian international, it's far from a perfect start to the year.

"To beat a quality side like the Storm twice already is a great thing and we're happy about that," he said.

"But as a playing group, we know we're still far off from what we want to be and what we want to achieve,

"We're just going to keep working hard to be the team that we want to be moving forward.

"Obviously it's a good vibe here — when you're winning it's always good. But I think everyone is just enjoying their footy and all the new numbers to the squad have really brought a lot to us.

"They've been really good additions for the team and also the morale too."

See what Kevin Naiqama had to say in full about this week's game in the video above!

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