Fresh from defending their Oceania title, Solomon Islands are confident of a strong showing at the Futsal World Cup in Colombia later this year.
The Kurukuru won all five of their matches in Suva, scoring 23 goals and conceding just three, to seal a fifth consecutive Oceania crown.
The result came despite criticisms of the team's low-key build-up and lack of matchplay over the last couple of years.
That qualifies them for a third straight World Cup appearance in September.
Four years ago, Kurukuru beat Guatemala in the group phase.
The Deputy CEO of the Solomon Islands Football Federation, Joseph Boso, said they can do even better in September.
"This team already has a lot of support with the corporate sector - over the years they have built a good rapport with local companies and we've seen a lot of support from the government as well and I think we will be able to get the resources needed to give this team the right preparation that it needs to achieve the results that not only Solomon Island wants but what Oceania wants to achieve in the Futsal World Cup.
"I really believe that with the right resources and the right plan behind them we will be able to achieve more and do better than we did last time."