Para-taekwondo world champion Amy Truesdale is excited for the future of the British set-up after the country won three medals at the Pan American Championships.
Truesdale won K44 over-58 kilograms gold at the event in Spokane in the United States, with Joseph Lane and Matthew Bush also reaching the podium.
Lane won silver in the K44 under-75kg as Bush clinched bronze at K44 over-75kg.
"It was my first time at the Pan-Am tournament so I am so pleased to come home with a gold medal," said Truesdale.
"But it is also amazing to see how the Para-programme has developed resulting in Joe and Matt also gaining medals on the day."
Lane's silver was his first-ever medal in Para-taekwondo.
"I am so happy to get myself on the podium," he said.
"Hopefully I can cement my place on it going forward, but to finally get my first medal is an incredible feeling.
"I felt like my preparation in the build-up to the competition and the fact we all got on the podium, was great.
"I'm so proud of my teammates.
"We all worked hard to get there and all deserved the results that we got.
"The mood around the team is amazing as we all have done what we came to do.
"For me, my next big competition which I want to have a huge impact on is the Worlds next February.
"But we have a tournament in Korea soon so want to keep the momentum going and attempt to get on that podium again and continue to execute my game plan."
Para-taekwondo is building up towards its Paralympic debut at Tokyo 2020.