Will Bayley is more focused than ever as he prepares to take to the stage at the London Paralympic Games.
Currently training at the EIS National Centre in Sheffield, the table tennis star is in good form as the Games approach.
Having taken up the sport aged 12, joining Byng Hall table tennis club in Tunbridge Wells, he has gone from strength-to-strength ever since.
London will be his second Games, after he competed in Beijing four years ago. He was unable to make it past the initial rounds in 2008 though so will be hoping for an improved display this time around.
Since the Paralympics however, Bayley has encountered various successes. These include winning gold at the Brazilian, Italian and French Opens in 2010 as well as grabbing the silver in the Slovenian Open a few months before.
He was also voted European Players Player of the Year in 2011 and is now the world number one- making him one to watch when he takes to the table in London.