The Fiji women's sevens team is targeting a first quarter final appearance of the season when the World Series resumes in Canada this weekend.
The Fijiana have finished ninth in both Sydney and Kitakyushu in Japan, following the appointment of new head coach Saiasi Fuli.
After back to back Challenge Trophy titles, he says the the next goal is to qualify for the Cup quarter finals in Langford, British Columbia.
"Our objective for this tournament in Canada is to secure another six points. Right now points is very vital and it's crucial...in Canada this week. It's nothing to do with the pools or with the competition - we just need to work hard, train well for this week and secure that six points and anything above that six points is a bonus to the Fijiana team," said Saiasi Fuli.
Saiasi Fuli says despite making steady improvement, their were still some negative aspects to the Fijiana team's performance in Japan last month.
"The lack of concentration on defence, especially the one on one and also the defence in twos and threes and staying connected and also maintaining the shape. So that was the area of focus in terms of training this week was to work hard on the girls to boost their consistency, stay composed, maintain their shape and complete the tackle," Mr Fuli said.
Fiji open their tournament against France tomorrow morning and will also face the United States and Spain in pool play.
"USA and France they are playing well. Even though we beat Spain in the last tournament in Japan this is a new tournament again, a new focus and every team that goes into the tournament they try to go up one level from the last tournament," said Mr Fuli.
The top four countries at the end of the World Series will earn automatic qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.