He will stay with the club until at least the end of the 2011/2012 season.
Already an established figure on the IRB 7s circuit, David first captured the wider imagination in the 15-a-side game by finishing runner up in the English Premiership try scoring charts in his debut season with Bristol.
He went one better the following campaign, before moving to Wasps in 2009. He was again the league’s joint top marksman that year, and has won a fistful of accolades for spectacular individual scores.
He has twice played for Samoa against Scotland, in Wellington in June 2004 and at Pittodrie in November 2010.