The Australian Roosters captain, whose teammates Todd Carney, Nate Myles and Frank-Paul Nuuausala were recently suspended indefinitely from NRL after breaking a team-imposed alcohol ban, said that he finds it easier to cope with the scandal because he has the support of the former Home and Away actress.
Anasta told The Daily Telegraph: "It has been a big week. It's not the kind of thing you hope for, [but] it's just been great to be able to come home to Jodi after it all. We really want to just do it right and get things back to normal."
Of Carney, Myles and Nuuausala, he said: "They're mates so I have been checking how they are but they know where they stand."
Anasta, who recently announced his engagement to Gordon, admitted that it would be "hard" for them to set a wedding date because of their "schedules" but said that they hope to marry in about a year.
Gordon recently described the last few weeks as the "happiest" time of her life and said that she has already considered a few "amazing local designers" to make her wedding dress.
Suspended player Myles got engaged to Gordon's former Home and Away co-star Tessa James earlier this year.