DIGICEL Fiji sevens head coach Alifereti Dere has turned his focus for the next 2012/2013 HSBC Sevens World Series.
Dere named two new reps for the final leg in Scotland and London, hoping to give the duo timely exposure prior to the new season.
The ruggers are not guaranteed a permanent spot in the team and with aging players who will be retiring from international scene soon, Dere has be making wholesome changes to his team in every leg this season.
Wardens winger Niko Verekauta and Naitasiri hit man Timoci Vakadranu are the new reps in the team that was announced yesterday.
"For them (Verekauta and Vakadranu) we got plans for them in the future IRB Sevens Series. This is a chance for them to be exposed so they can have the experience for the next season," the former national sevens captain said.
"So far I have made changes in every tournament and already I think I have two sets of team right now," Dere said.
Fiji now trails New Zealand with six points on the series table.
The Setefaco Cakau-captained side needs to win both tournaments and hope New Zealand has an early exit in either tournament to win the series.
Dere and his assistant Etuate Waqa have now achieved their goal of improving the standing from last season.
"Up to this stage we are on track to improve the standing and we are within reach to win the series but we want to keep those options open," Dere said.
He urged the rugby fans to support the boys regardless of what happens at either tournament.
Fiji team: Jimilai Naikadawa, Timoci Vakadranu, Waisea Vuidravuwalu Nayacalevu, Levani Veivuke Botia, Setefano Cakaunivalu (c), Niko Verekauta, Ilai Tinai, Joeli Lutumailagi, Joji Ragamate, Nikola Matawalu, Metuisela Talebula, Isake Katonibau.