Norwegian Alpine skier Aleksander Aamodt Kilde has targeted further success in the upcoming winter season, but claims he will not make major changes in the build-up to Pyeongchang 2018.
The 24-year-old has won two International Ski Federation World Cup events during his career and claimed five other podium place finishes.
He also won the crystal globe in the Super G discipline in 2016 and is set to make his second Olympic appearance at Pyeongchang 2018 in February.
The Norwegian competed at Sochi 2014, but finished 13th in the Super G event.
He claims that he will not alter his preparations prior to the Games and believes past experiences will hopefully aid his performance in South Korea.
“I'm not thinking about the upcoming season as anything different,” he added.
“I have to do the same preparations to be able to achieve my goals, both on the World Cup and at the Olympics.
“It would not be wise to do any big changes.
“However, with even more experience, I will be able to do a bit better on all the details and minimise the mistakes during the races.”
The Norwegian went onto say he was disappointed by two fourth place finishes at the World Championships in St Moritz, but claims the experience will help him in future events.
“It's been a good season with lots of ups and downs, but my first thought about the season was my stability throughout the winter,” Aamodt Kilde said.
“With a lot of fourth places I feel like I didn't get out all of my potential and I think by experiencing that I'll be able to lower my shoulders for the upcoming seasons and maybe do even better.
“That's something I've been thinking about many times after the World Championships, and if the answers were easy, I would have done something about it right away.
“But, I know I had some mistakes during the races which costed me two podiums and I think experience is the only way to handle this problem.
“I was for sure nervous, but nothing unusual.”