Fiji captain, Mosese Rauluni, says he has no concerns about playing two games in four days at the Rugby World Cup.
Fiji's second win of the tournament over Canada, four days after the opening win against Japan, has it savouring a possible quarterfinal with pool games against Australia and Wales yet to come.
Rauluni says he was sick of training back in Fiji and just wanted to play rugby so the draw hasn't bothered him.
He says Fiji has got a lot of support from back home and they're playing for the hard core fans .
Rauluni says he's heard that residents of a particular village back home have to carry a TV to the top of a nearby mountain to get reception so they can watch the games.
He says those are the fans Fiji is playing for in France.