That is what Papua New Guinea chef de mission Richard Emmanuel Arthur Kassman had to say during the Pacific Mini Games closing ceremony yesterday at the Kafika Stadium in Wallis and Futuna.
He said their mission was to win the event by winning as many medal as possible.
"Before the team had left PNG, our sport minister Justin Tkatchenko had asked the team to be good ambassadors of the country and to be good sportsmen and women," Kassman said.
"He also challenged the team to win as many medals as possible so that is exactly what we did.
"Our next mission is the Pacific Mini Games which we will host in 2015 in Port Moresby."
PNG had last won the PMG back in 1985 when it was hosted in Rarotonga, Cook Islands.
The win has put them equal on two victories with New Caledonia. Fiji has won the PMG three times.
PNG's best athletes at the event in Wallis and Futuna was sprinter Toea Wisil who won a total of seven medal.
She won gold in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m events.
"Fiji had given her (Wisil) very good competition but she was more experienced compared to the young Fiji athletes."
Meanwhile, preparations for the 2015 Pacific Games have begun in Port Moresby and Kassman said they were on schedule with the construction and repair works.
"Demolition works at Sir John Guise Stadium has begun and we will take down the whole thing and build it completely new with new tracks, a new ground and new pavilions with a bigger seating capacity.
"We are trying to ensure that we everything is in order for use by athletes and officials at the event."