Chad Le Clos has targeted further success as the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup resumes this weekend with the fourth leg due to take place in Hong Kong.
The South African is the overall men's series leader and has scored 159 points across the first three events in Moscow, Berlin and Eindhoven.
He boasts a 66-point lead over Russian duo Kirill Prigoda and Vladimir Morozov.
Action is due to take place across Saturday and Sunday and marks the start of the second cluster of events.
Le Clos is entered in six races this weekend as the Hong Kong leg reverts to the previous rules, switching from the maximum four that has been the norm elsewhere this year.
“It’s been a hard few weeks of training for me," he said.
“This is my fourth time in Hong Kong and I’ve always had success here so long, may that continue.
"I’ve put in a lot of hard training the last couple of weeks leading up to this, and the final cluster next month, and I have the Commonwealth Games next April, so I’m not having too much of a break this season.
"I'm going to push on and hopefully test some world records."
Other star names on show this weekend include Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden and Hungary's Katinka Hosszu, the top two in the overall women’s table, as well as Prigoda, Morozov and South African Cameron Van Der Burgh.
Sjostrom set two world records at the last meet in Eindhoven.
Those achievements propelled her to 266 points with Hosszu, the winner for the past five years, 90 points behind in second.
Doha is also in cluster two with competition to move there between October 4 and 5.
FINA announced earlier this week it has raised the prize money awarded to winners of the overall World Cup titles.
A total of $600,000 (£447,000/€507,000) will now be split across the top three in the men's and women's competitions.
The two athletes that finish in first place at the end of the World Cup campaign will receive $150,000 (£111,000/€126,000) each.
Second place will get $100,000 (£74,000/€84,000) and third place will receive $50,000 (£37,000/€42,000).