LITTLE Antonio Nemani harbours the dream of making it big on the rugby field.
And the 11-year-old is taking giant strides in realising that dream with the Suva Kaji under-11 team.
Having played in the Milo Kaji competition for the past two years, the Wainimala, Naitasiri native is looking forward to his third year in the national event.
Nemani, who plays centre for Suva U11, said he was ready to face his opposition in the four-day tournament which starts today at the ANZ Stadium.
"My only dream is to play for Fiji. I just want to be a professional rugby player," the Marist Brothers Primary School Class Six student said.
"I look up to Waisale Serevi and get my inspiration from him. I want to become like him."
Proud mother Mariata Tabaroro, who came to drop her son at the team camp at Veiuto Primary School last night, said they supported Nemani's dream.
"We will be there to support him and his team during the Milo Kaji. We respect his decision and want him to do the best in whatever he wants to become in future."