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Wests Tigers winger Kevin Naiqama says it's an "honour and privilege" play for Fiji once again as he prepares for Saturday's Test match against the PNG Kumuls.

After making his international debut for Fiji in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup, the in-form winger (who will play fullback on Saturday), said that he was relishing the opportunity once more to represent his family and Fiji on the international stage.

"It's an awesome feeling to be back in the Fiji camp," said Naiqama.

"It's a great honor and priveledge to represent your country at any time.

"We've got a good bunch of boys here — it's a little bit mixed from the World Cup squad we had in 2013 with a few young boys coming through as well.

"I'm looking forward to spending the week together with them."

Set to take on the Papua New Guinea Kumuls at Cbus Super Stadium as part of a triple-header, Naiqama said he was well-prepared for a tough opponent in the Kumuls.

"Papua New Guinea are a big physical team," he said.

"Everyone knows that rugby league over there in PNG is like a religion, so they're definitely going to be coming out to take a few of our heads off," he laughed.

"We're preparing for a tough, phyical match, and we're definitely looking forward to it."

See what Naiqama had to say in full about being selected for Fiji in the video above.

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