Ellie Simmonds says she isn't setting herself firm targets despite her success at the Paralympics.
The 17-year-old swimmer ended the Games with four medals after winning a silver in her last event the S6 100m Freestyle.
Simmonds, who won two gold medals and a bronze earlier in the Games, wasn't disappointed to finish second in the final.
"Silver is really good. I went out there and did the best I could. I would have loved to have got that gold, but you can't have everything your own way. I've been PBing every time I swim so I can't ask for any more.
"I would love to go to Rio. I will definitely be going to the next Games. I love the Paralympics - they are amazing. You've got to take every year as it comes. You never know with injuries, what happens in my life and my future, my school and stuff.
"I am going to see how every year goes at the moment. I set my own goals, I go out there and swim the best I can and I am just going to take every year as it comes.
"I am not really thinking 'oh I am going to get 11 golds' because that is not the case. I've got four gold medals which is incredible for me."