Usain Bolt has claimed he wants to try the long jump before the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The Jamaican brushed off rumours that he may retire prior to the 2016 Olympics, but hinted he might compete in different events in four years time.
"It's just about making different goals, there's a lot of things I can do in the sport," said Bolt, who convincingly retained his Olympic 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay titles in London this month.
"My coach wants me to do the 400 metres, I want to try long jump.
"I could always try to aim for the records again, so there's different things - but after the season we'll decide what we want to do and work on that next season."
Bolt's most recent ambition comes just a week after he declared he and fellow Jamaican and training partner Yohan Blake could play in Australia's domestic Twenty20 cricket Big Bash League.
The world record holder has previously said he wishes to play for Manchester United, but dismissed speculation that he will quit athletics before the Rio Games.
"Yes, definitely I will be there," said Bolt, who will be 30 in 2016. "As long as I'm fit and I'm ready. It will be a little harder but I'm looking forward to it."