Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins is targeting success in next year's Giro d'Italia following a memorable 2012.
The 32-year-old followed up winning the yellow jersey in France by securing Olympic Gold in the London 2012 time trial.
As he basks in the adulation of the nation, there may seem little else for Wiggins - now a four-time Olympic gold medallist - to achieve but he is already refocusing.
Wiggins' Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford wants to achieve overall victory in all three of cycling's Grand Tours - France, Italy and Spain - and his number one rider wants to be part of that challenge.
"I'll always find something," said the Tour de France winner.
"I'd been trying to win the Tour for four years - that had always been the motivation, the drive, after crashing out last year, coming back, doing the Worlds and then going on. Obviously I've achieved that now.
"I always said I wanted to win the Tour once - I'm not greedy, one would be enough.
"But now a month on I'm thinking I'd maybe like to go back next year or go and try to win the Giro (d'Italia) now. That's just as historic, just as much of a beautiful race.
"Already I'm starting to get that drive, that feeling, that competitive thing again. The minute you finish in Paris you think you never want to do that again.
"But then as time goes on, you start going out on some of your training roads and thinking, 'I remember coming up here in December in the rain'.
"That's what won me the Tour and I start to feel the love of it again and wanting to go through that whole process again."