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Ahead of the Roosters Round 14 clash with the Melbourne Storm on Saturday night, Aidan Guerra and Sam Moa addressed the media to discuss a few hot topics.

They discussed the win over the Wests Tigers on Sunday, the challenge of facing the Melbourne Storm and Aidan Guerra commented on his form so far this season.

"I'm my harshest critic," Guerra said when asked about his form. 

"Out of eleven games, to be happy with maybe three or four wasn't good enough for me."

After coming back from the first State of Origin clash unscathed, Guerra is looking for a big second half of the season. 

"It's always been my focus to play well here.

"Sometimes things don't go the way they're planned, but you can only work hard to turn it around."

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