Fiji rugby league coach Mick Potter has poured cold water on suggestions his star playmaker is distracted as speculation about Jarryd Hayne's NRL future continues.
Hayne was at his inspirational best in Fiji's 72-6 World Cup romp over Wales in Townsville last night
He leapfrogged Bob Fulton as the tournament's greatest try scorer with his 42nd minute effort against Wales, one of a staggering 14 tries piled on by the Bati.
It was a stunning effort after the lead-up was dominated by talk that Hayne wanted out at the Titans and could be returning to Parramatta.
Potter said Hayne was "happy as Larry" in the Bati camp.
"There have been no distractions at all. He hasn't mentioned it once," he said.
Surprisingly Wales coach John Kear didn't think Fiji would benefit much from their record Cup win if they were to threaten the 'Big Three' - Australia, New Zealand and England.
"I don't think games like this do (Fiji) much good, to be honest, to prepare," he said.
"They had 64 percent possession. They did not have to make a lot of tackles."
The Bati have racked up a whopping 130 points in their two wins to top their pool also featuring Italy and the USA.
The top team goes through to the quarters.
Fiji's final group match is against Italy in Canberra on Friday.
But Kear believed a tier two country will struggle to defeat Australia, New Zealand or England, at this tournamnet.
"No. That's just the way it is," he said.
"The tier one countries are exceptional.
"Tonga might be the only one, against New Zealand, but New Zealand are outstanding as well, so I don't think so.
Kear is picking an Australia versus New Zealand or England final.