Mo Farah has not ruled out making a return to the track to go in search of a fifth Olympic gold medal at the 2020 Tokyo Games.
Farah quit the track at the end of last year to focus on the road and broke the European record to win the Chicago Marathon last month.
The 35-year-old on Tuesday he will race in the London Marathon again next year and has not ruled out a 10,000 metres comeback if he feels he can challenge for the title in Japan.
“Part of me, when I watched the European Championships [in Berlin] and the great [track] performances, did I think had I been there would I have won a medal? Yes,” said the Briton.