New Zealand coach Graham Henry was expected to watch Saturday's European Cup semi-final between Toulouse and Biarritz with special interest on Saturday with the prospect of finding another All Black. Tonga-born flanker Finau Maka grew up in New Zealand and played for the Hurricanes, Blues and Highlanders before being lured to France for whom he will become eligible in September after three years of residence. Tonga have already asked Maka to report for Test matches in June but he is still weighing up his options. "I'm really enjoying it in Toulouse and it would be great to play for France, as tremendous as pulling on an All Black jersey," said the 26-year-old. France coach Bernard Laporte will be at Bordeaux on Saturday and is keen to rebuild his side for the 2007 Rugby World Cup France is staging. Maka's elder brother Isitolo, who also plays for Toulouse, won four caps in the New Zealand back row in 1998 when the All Blacks were looking for a successor to Zinzan Brooke before Jerry Collins solved the problem No 8 position.