The sprinter predicted he will be at the top of his physical form when he hits 26 around the time of the London Olympics next year.
However, he all but ruled out trying the 400m, saying he didn’t fancy the “hard work” involved.
“I definitely think I can go faster. There is always room for improvement and I will peak at 26-years-old, which is next year so I think I have scope to go faster,” he told MSN Sport.
“You never know, I may be the one to run 9.4secs. I’d really like that.” Read more>>
Source: MSN Sports UK via Trackandfieldnews.com