New Zealand's Alpine skiing star Corey Peters is seeking to turn silver into gold by winning at next year's Winter Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang.
He gained silver in the giant slalom sitting category at Sochi 2014 as well as coming sixth in the super-G and fourth in the combined.
It marked the Oceania country's only medal of the Games, with Peters duly selected to carry his national flag at the Closing Ceremony.
Peters claims to be confident of going one better in South Korea after a season crowned with super-G and downhill silver medals at the World Championships in Tarvisio.
"I want to be successful," he said.
"I want to be a gold medallist at Pyeongchang 2018, and I want to put everything into the next 11 months and make sure that I'm 100 per cent ready.
"As soon as I got back from the test event [on the Paralympic course], I took my shocks into a shock specialist looking to make a few adjustments, so that I can then test it throughout the New Zealand season.
"[When I hit a rut], I actually push a little harder, because I know I’ve got time to make up.
"That can be a good thing, but it can also be a bad thing, because if you are already pushing the envelope and you try to push a little too much, you can end up either making more mistakes or crashing out."
Switzerland's Christophe Kunz and American Andrew Kurka will be among major rivals for Peters after winning the respective world super-G and downhill crowns.
Having greater depth and competition adds to the intrigue of the event, Peters believes.
"It's great for the sport,” he added.
"It adds a lot more professionalism to it with all those guys being so tight, and it’s not only going to be good for the sport, but [also for] helping grow it."