THE national Digicel 7s team is set on improving Fiji's ranking.
Assistant coach Etuate Waqa said the aim was to lift the team's points standings from fifth to the top three.
He said the side recorded some positive results during the series and was confident of a good outing at the Scotland and England tournaments in the next two weekends.
Waqa said their main for this leg was to win both the tournaments.
"We have prepared well for this leg and the boys know what is expected of them," the former dual international said.
"We have done well so far and we will try hard to secure the two remaining tournaments.
Waqa said they would use the upcoming tournaments to lay the platform for next year's IRB sevens series campaign.
"We are testing out many players mainly to set the platform for next year.
"We are also having the Rugby Sevens World Cup next year and we are testing these players to see how well they perform on the international front.
"But our main goal at this point is to secure the top spot at the upcoming tournaments.
"All players are raring to go and we will be taking each game as they come."
Waqa said the last two tournaments would be tough as it would decide the outright winners for this year's series.
Fiji lies in the second spot and are six points behind leaders New Zealand. The side needs to win both the Scotland and England 7s to win the series.
The Setefano Cakau-captained team is pooled with Zimbabwe, Portugal and Argentina for the Scotland 7s.