NEW Zealand halfback Tomasi Cama Jr is looking forward to another tough competition at this weekend's Gold Coast 7s in Australia.
The veteran player says he is just taking each tournament at a time as he comes near to the end of his sevens career.
Cama said he planned to hang up his sevens boots after the Rugby World Cup 7s in Moscow this year but he was called by New Zealand coach Gordon Tietjens to join the team for the new IRB series season.
"My plan was to stop after the world cup in Moscow but they've called me up again and asked me to join the team for this series.
"I've been playing fifteens for a while but now joined the boys in training and today will be my first opportunity to train with them," Cama said.
Cama also had an opportunity to speak with new Digicel Fiji 7s coach Ben Ryan yesterday morning as teams crossed paths at the hotel.
Ryan asked Cama where he was from in Fiji and said he had been trying to familiarise himself with the different parts of Fiji in the short time he had been in the country.
Cama is one of three Fijians in the New Zealand team with Lote Raikabula and Waisake Naholo.