Aviva Premiership: Tongan winger Fetu¿u Vainikolo a fan of Exeter's attacking style
Last Updated: August 6, 2013 2:38pm
Fetu'u Vainikolo poses with Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter
Fetu'u Vainikolo believes he can cope with the demands of Aviva Premiership rugby after swapping Connacht for Exeter Chiefs.
The Tongan winger has moved to Sandy Park on a two-year contract and he says the main factor behind his decision to join the Chiefs was their attacking style of play.
Vainikolo told the club's website: "It's always good to get a new experience and I'm really looking forward to the challenge.
"Exeter's type of game play really suits me as a rugby player, it's the type of rugby I want to play because they like to throw the ball around here, so I'm looking forward to it."
Vainikolo started in every Heineken Cup game for Connacht last season, scoring a try in the stunning 22-14 win over Biarritz, and he hopes that experience will help him adapt to life in the Premiership.
He said: "I don't really know what the Aviva Premiership will be like, but I'm sure I'm going to find out pretty soon!
"I can't really say much about it because I haven't played a game yet, but it should be quite similar to any other team and competition.
"As for what we do as a team, I'm just hoping we can better last year and that the club can go further than ever before.
"For myself, I just want to go out there and play and score some tries."