Former NRL star Semi Radradra is set to make his test rugby debut.
The 25-year-old has been named in Fiji squad's for the Pacific Nations Cup next month.
He's also declared himself available for a return to the national sevens side - where he was first spotted by NRL scouts in 2011 - for the Rugby Sevens World Cup in July.
The blockbusting back has been plying his trade with French side Toulon, after parting ways with the Parramatta Eels after the 2017 NRL season.
Radradra shot to stardom with the Sydney side, scoring 82 tries though 92 games and earning a test call-up for Australia, before opting to sign a two-year deal in France.
Fiji are the host nation for this year's Pacific Nations Cup tournament, which also features Samoa, Georgia, and Tonga.