FRANCE-based Avenisi Vasuinubu feels he still has not yet shown his full capabilities for the national sevens side.
The 20-year-old, who had limited game time while representing Fiji at the International Rugby Board tournaments at Wellington and Las Vegas last year, said he wanted to prove his worth to the people of Fiji.
The Bordeaux Begles club flyer arrived into the country yesterday with teammate Metuisela Talebula for the Uprising 7s tournament.
Vasuinubu said he had a mission to accomplish during his short visit to Fiji.
"I am here to prove my worth to the selectors. I went to France and learnt a lot. Now I am a much better player than before and I want to right some of the wrongs which I did while I represented Fiji at the IRB tournaments," the Deuba lad said.
"Skills wise I think I am better now and I cannot wait to play at the Uprising tournament next week."
Vasuinubu attributed his return to Uprising Beach Resort owner Rene Munch who invited him to feature for Uprising 7s club.
"I am happy to be back in Fiji and I am thankful to Rene for giving me an opportunity to come and play again for my club."
Vasuinubu is also eager to attend the Rugby World Cup Sevens trials if he is given an opportunity.