Last Updated: August 16, 2012 2:18pm
Olympic bronze medalist Anthony Ogogo says he hasn't given becoming a professional fighter serious thought.
The 23-year-old's dream of an Olympic gold medal came to an end when he was beaten 16-9 by Brazil's Esquiva Falcao in their middleweight semi-final.
But after collecting a bronze medal, the fighter from Lowestoft is wanting to relax after working so hard to return for the Games from a shoulder injury sustained in last September's World Championships.
Ogogo has also been visiting his mother Teresa - who suffered a brain aneurysm on 19 June - in hospital.
Asked whether he would now be turning professional or hoping to fight in the next Olympics in Rio in 2016, Ogogo told Sky Sports News: "I haven't (decided want I want to do), not at all to be honest with you. When I qualified, that was an up and down road to qualifying.
"I came back from a big injury so basically I haven't switched off since before the World Championships last year.
"I had an operation the day after the World Championships - I recovered, I rehabbed it really quick, went to the qualifier, qualified and then that was very much 'operation win the Olympics'.
"So I need a bit of time now just to switch off, rest up, let my body rest and let my mind recover more than anything because I've been so focused and full on for ages, I just want to chill out.
"I've enjoyed representing Great Britain so much in these Olympic Games, to do it again would be amazing.
"But on the other side, will Rio be as good as London? Because that was such a fantastic experience, and that's just down to all the people of Britain who made it so brilliant."
DOB: 17/5/1956 Event: Boxing Medals: 1 gold Flag: USA
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