FIJI'S expansive brand of rugby will play an important part in the quest to win the Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow and the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Former Fiji sevens speedster Tomasi Cama believes the Fijian flair will set Fiji apart from the other teams and it is something we must take to Moscow and Rio.
He said the inclusion of sevens rugby at the Olympics had generated a lot of interest from other countries to seriously consider the abbreviated code.
"The competition is getting tougher and tougher and there is no doubt about that. We have seen how the game has grown on the series and I think by the time we have the world cup, it will be up another notch," he said.
"I think we still need to play our own brand of rugby especially during pressure time, we need to throw the ball around and use a little bit of our Fijian flair to get ourselves through."
Cama said national coach Alifereti Dere had his plans for the RWC and Rio Games. He said Dere should field a strong team at the two world events.
"Right now I believe the coach is working on his plans. These current players are showing their potential in the absence of the injured and other players who are also contesting for a spot in the world cup team. I guess he (Dere) will be able to have a good idea on which players to use," Cama said.
The former winger has also offered his service to assist Dere in Moscow and Rio. "I am interested to come to Fiji if I am given the opportunity. I would love to help Dere. I have my contract to honour but I can always be available if there is a need, just like now when I am helping the team here in Hong Kong.
"Dere knows that we can work together very well and that is why he has asked me to come and help, I am willing to help at both events," he said.
Cama added it would be fitting if Fiji won the last RWC 7s in style next June.