The Samoa sevens team are setting their sights even higher after a strong showing in Vancouver.
The Manu recorded their best finish of the season, beating the United States 31-19 to take out the Plate title.
It is just the second time in six tournaments Samoa qualified for the Cup quarter finals, amid a horror run of injury and illness.
The result lifts Samoa to ninth in the overall standings and vice captain Tomasi Alosio said they want to keep improving.
"That's the ultimate goal - winning those close games and getting to the Cup [knockout rounds] and we've battled right through our pool play and hopefully we can go that one step further and make the Cup semis and the Cup final [in future events]."
Fiji finished fourth in Canada, losing their final two matches against South Africa and Australia, but remain atop the overall standings - one point clear of the Blitz Boks, with Vancouver champions New Zealand a further point behind.
The World Series resumes next month in Hong Kong.