THE Fiji Warriors wants to complete the good work started by the team during the first round of the Pacific Rugby Cup competition.
The Warriors fly out to Tonga tomorrow to play the last two matches of the competition against Tonga and Samoa.
Warriors coach Lance Whippy said they wanted to complete the good work done by the team in the opening round of the competition.
Whippy, who has taken over from Flying Fijians coach Inoke Male as Warriors coach, said the platform was laid in the first round.
"We're going to finish the PRC journey and our task is to complete the good work done by the team in the first half of the competition," Whippy said.
The Fiji Warriors currently lead the PRC with 22 points, followed by Samoa on 12 and Tonga with 2points.
The Warriors after losing its opening match of the competition against Queensland A managed to win its remaining five matches.
Whippy said he was happy with the experience in the team to Tonga.
"What makes my job easier is that we have some very mature players in the team," Whippy said.
The former Tailevu coach said he was happy with how the team had responded to training during the week.
Whippy said he had been working hard trying to get the players to know each other
"We've had a good week of training and with players coming from all over the country it's important that we work on getting the team combination in place."
"These players must learn to know what to do when on the field and they need to understand each other very well," Whippy said.
"It's very important that they know their roles when playing and this must be perfected during training."
The Warriors fly to Nukualofa tomorrow and play Tonga on Monday and face Samoa on Friday.