THREE cup wins out of three and most coaches would have rested happy, but not Suva mentor Salimoni Ravouvou.
For he feels that his Fiji Bitter-sposored Suva side is yet to find its rhythm and momentum in this year's Farebrother-Sullivan Trophy showdowns.
The holders have seen off Lautoka, Namosi and Vatukoula but Ravouvou remains far from impressed.
"We need more cohesion and also maintain better focus," he said after they beat plucky Vatukoula 32-20 at the ANZ Stadium last Saturday.
Ravouvou's main concern is his flimsy defence.
After keeping Lautoka scoreless, the side has conceded three tries each against Namosi and Vatukoula respectively.
"Week in, week out the idea is to improve, to do better than the previous challenge," Ravouvou said.
"We are doing good at times and then we start playing in patches. There is still work to be done with our D (defence)."
Ravouvou though was full of praise for Vatukoula for giving them a good go.
"They showed good fighting spirit, they played really well despite the poor start."
Suva will be hoping that the shake-up by Namosi and Vatukoula over the past two weeks will bring a spring to their heels as they prepare for Naitasiri's visit.
After losing in the season's first challenge, Lautoka coach Viliame Satala had pointed out that Suva's real threat would come from "Naitasiri".
"The Highlanders have not made the headlines for some time now and I am sure they'll want to make it big in the Farebrother-Sullivan competition," Satala said.
"They have been lying low after the Digicel Cup but we all know they must be preparing well for the challenge."
Satala said if Suva overcame Naitasiri then at the end of the year, the cup would either rest in Suva or Nadroga.
He doesn't feel Tailevu or Nadi have what it takes to win the cup just yet.
The Highlanders have been playing some build-up games recently.
Times Sport understands that former Flying Fijian coaches Samu Domoni and Ilivasi Tabua are helping Naitasiri in their bid to take the cup away from Suva.
The match will be played at 3.30pm on Saturday at the ANZ Stadium.