Usain Bolt has revealed he plans to defend his Olympic sprint titles in Rio de Janeiro in 2016 and not switch disciplines.
The Jamaican declared himself a "living legend" after retaining his 100 and 200 metres crowns in London this summer, as well as being a member of his country's victorious 4x100m relay team.
He has previously hinted he could seek a new challenge in Rio, saying he wanted to have a go at the long jump, while he has continually been linked with the 400m. But, speaking on a trip to New Zealand, the world's fastest man confirmed his only intention is to defend his sprint crowns in Brazil.
"Rio is about going and defending my titles," Bolt said in Auckland. "I don't want to try any different events at Rio, because at Rio I will just defend my titles to show the world that there is a possibility that I can do it again. To do the three-peat, that is the focus."
Bolt's main focus for next year are the World Championships in Moscow, and he claimed he would not be taking things easy now the Olympics are over.
He added: "It's all about hard work. When I was doing great when I was young, people used to say I was fast for my age, but I have put a lot of work in to since I was a senior athlete.
"I continue to work hard, continue staying focused and pushing myself so for me that's the focus right now to see how fast I can go and I definitely try to go faster each year."
Bolt was also delighted with the West Indies' victory in the World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka, saying: "I love cricket, it is my first love, but I don't play much."