Michael Ennis says the side’s five-eighth is primed to perform in the lead-up to finals.
The Canterbury Bulldogs will be looking to ride a crest of a wave in the form of playmaker Josh Reynolds when the take on Parramatta this weekend.
Fresh off their humbling of NRL premiers the Melbourne Storm last weekend, the Bulldogs will be out to claim another scalp as they tray and distance themselves from the mid-table log-jam.
The 39-point demolition of Melbourne last weekend snapped a two-game losing streak for the Dogs where they dropped points to the Sydney Roosters and the Newcastle Knights.
However, Bulldogs skipper Michael Ennis says Reynolds is set to prove why he was picked for the New South Wales Origin side, with the finals just eight weeks away.