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Storm forward Kevin Proctor says his side's focus is firmly fixed on their Round 21 clash with the Tigers on Monday night after a good performance in Brisbane last weekend.

Facing off against another fellow top eight contender, Melbourne will look to build momentum from their win over the Broncos in what was one of their best showings of 2014 to date.

"We haven't really thought about the finals too much, we're trying to take it week by week," Proctor said.

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"Hopefully we can put on another good performance against Wests Tigers.

"Hopefully we can keep a few wins going and get some momentum throughout the back end of the year."

Reviewing Friday night's victory over Anthony Griffin's Broncos, Proctor rated the performance as one of Storm's most even for the year.

"I think it was our best defensive and attacking performance in the one game," Proctor said.

"I really thought the boys stepped up attacking wise and we were really good in defence."

A typically bruising encounter against the Broncos last weekend has meant Proctor and his teammates have appreciated the long turnaround between games courtesy of Storm's Round 21 Monday night fixture.

"It was a tough game (against the Broncos), it was pretty physical," Proctor admitted.

"I was looking forward to the long turnaround because my body was a bit battered and bruised.

"Most of the boys were looking forward to it."

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