Vanuatu football coach Richard Iwai says the Friendship Cup was a welcome hit-out for his players ahead of next month's Pacific Games in Port Moresby, which doubles as an Olympic qualifier.
The hosts won this week's inaugural tournament in Port Vila, finishing undefeated from matches against Under 23 teams from Fiji, Solomon Islands and New Caledonia.
Richard Iwai says his squad have only been able to train together for the past month, after Cyclone Pam disrupted their preparations.
He will name his final squad to travel to Papua New Guinea tomorrow and says it will contain a mix of players.
"Some of the players who didn't play in the Friendship Cup I will put them in the squad. Some of my players too were not there because they had a problem with their jobs or it was hard to release them - I still have six players still missing. Some of them I am happy with them and some of them still no."
Richard Iwai says while his players want to win gold in PNG, their main target is qualifying for Brazil.