The Fijian excitement machine said Wednesday he would be flying out to France the day after finishing up with the Eels, even if his last game is the Grand Final.

The winger signed a two-season deal with French Rugby club Toulon earlier this year and with the French season having already started, Radradra confirmed he would not be hanging around for celebrations should he help the Eels to their first Premiership since 1986.

"I head off straight after our last game I'm just going to go the next day," Radradra told

"No Mad Monday, I'm just going to go straight out."

"Their games started two weeks ago. I'm just going to go straight in and play. There's no rest or anything. 

"The season there has started and I have signed for two years. I have to honour my contract."

Radradra said he was using the knowledge his next game could be his last to his advantage as the Eels prepare to take on the Cowboys in a sudden death semi-final on Saturday in Sydney.

"I know it could be my last game," Radradra said.

"I've been feeling emotional about it inside that I'm going to leave the club and the boys. 

"I want to play good footy for them and that's what I've been trying to do at the moment. 

"I feel it pushing me from the boys. You have to find something to motivate you to play good footy. It's been driving me a lot and helping me a lot with the boys."