THE Digicel 7s team has set high goals of winning the Wellington and Las Vegas tournament to reaffirm their bid for the 2012/2013 HSBC Seven World Series title.
The national side dropped to third position after winning the opening Gold Coast 7s last October.
Fiji failed to make the semi-finals in both the Dubai and Port Elizabeth 7s which allowed holders New Zealand to take the lead on the SWS points table.
Fiji 7s team assistant coach Timoci Wainiqolo said this leg of the series was vital for them.
He said the mission was to win in Wellington and Las Vegas to breach the gap created by the Kiwis.
"We have done all the preparations and now the boys are looking forward to the tournaments," the former national rep said.
"We had a good hit out at the Uprising Fiji International 7s and we were able to test our combinations and then finalise the squad."
"We have a mixture of youth and experience in the team. The boys know of the task ahead. We want to get back to winning ways."
"The victory at the Gold Coast 7s laid the platform but in the next two tournaments we missed out on the title."
"We are not looking back and are focussing on the tournaments ahead."
"We have worked on our mistakes. The players are on the level that we want."