Melbourne Storm prop Jesse Bromwich.

Melbourne Storm vice-captain Jesse Bromwich says everyone is on notice when his side takes on Gold Coast at home on Sunday.

The Storm gave up an 18-0 lead - the largest during Craig Bellamy's 17-year coaching reign in Melbourne - when they were over-run 22-18 by the Raiders on the weekend and will be looking for an immediate response when they host the lowly Titans at AAMI Park.

Bellamy has stuck with the same starting side that lost to the Raiders on Saturday.

"Everyone has been put on notice," Bromwich said at AAMI Park on Wednesday.

"We had a loss last week and we are ready to turn that around.

"The last time we played the Titans they got the jump on us early and got to 10-0 pretty quickly, so we definitely need to be ready to go from the start."

Bromwich revealed his teammates endured "a long and intense training session" on Monday as Bellamy put the onus on his players to hit back from their disappointing fadeout against the Raiders.

The Kiwi prop believes everyone has learned from the loss on the weekend and are ready to make amends.

"We definitely don’t like losing games here," Bromwich said.

"This club always takes losses quite hard, but that is a good thing.

"It makes us strive to be better players and the best we can be and it makes you look at yourself a bit harder."

And Bromwich knows it’s up to himself and his fellow forwards to lead the way as the Storm attempt to move one step closer to clinching the minor premiership.

"As a ruck, myself, Nelson (Asofa-Solomona), Dale (Finucane) and Smithy (Cameron Smith), we have got a big job to get our team started off to a good start this week," he said.

"It’s a good opportunity for us to start really strong and try and build some good form heading into the pointy end of the season."

Meanwhile, Bromwich has endorsed Storm assistant coach Jason Ryles for the vacant Knights coaching job in 2020 should the former NSW Origin forward throw his hat into the ring for the role.

It was announced on Tuesday that current coach Nathan Brown was stepping down from the position at the end of the year and Bromwich thinks Ryles would be a strong candidate if that was a path he wanted to go down.

“Given the chance I think he would go well,” Bromwich said.

“He does a really good job with us ... and I have learnt so much from him in a short period of time.

“I am not too sure what his plans are, but he is growing as a coach and getting better and better.”

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