Paris - Usain Bolt says he is out to dominate his rivals on the track at least until the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Bolt, who is competing at the Areva meeting in Paris on Saturday, says Tuesday "I've won everything already, but now it's to show that I can be a dominant sprinter.
"You want to dominate for the rest of your career."
The six-time Olympic champion is well aware of the threat from younger sprinters, but says he is older and wiser than before.
Bolt, who turns 27 in August, is preparing for next month's world championships in Moscow by racing in the 200 meters in Paris, the ninth leg of the Diamond League.