Fiji insist they're keeping their feet on the ground, despite beating New Zealand 24-17 in the final of the Glasgow Sevens to move to the brink of the World Series title.
They lead South Africa by five points going into this weekend's final leg in London, and will guarantee their second ever world title with a top three finish.
It caps a memorable weekend in which Ben Ryan's team also secured qualification for next year's Rio Olympics.
"It's been a cracking weekend and hopefully we've got all twelve fit and healthy for next week. I will have to get my week right but like Oscar [Kolinisau] said we're not running away with ourselves. Five points is good and we've got that extra point with our points difference is significantly better than South Africa and New Zealand - so they've got to be six points better than us, anyone. Third place does it for us next week for certain but we want to win back to backs in London. It would be a good place to do it".
Fiji have been drawn alongside Canada, Argentina and Samoa in Pool A in London.
Nearest rivals South Africa are in D, with the USA, France and Portugal, while New Zealand are in Pool B along with Australia, Wales and Japan.