Andy Murray says he cannot wait to return to London next week for the first time as a Grand Slam Champion.
Ahead of the World Tour Finals event in the capital, the world number three is taking part in the Paris Masters this week.
And after his most successful year ever where he won a gold medal at the London Olympics and won his first Grand Slam at the U.S. Open he is keen to maintain his great form.
The British number one told reporters he feels much fresher heading into the tournament in the French capital and that he hopes he can have a good run.
Murray said: Roger Federer is obviously not playing this week to rest for London, everyone else is here, so it's going to be interesting to see how guys perform in London after Paris.
"It's good to get the last two tournaments back to back, end of the year, it means we get a little bit longer off to rest and recover and get ourselves ready for the new year as well, so it will be interesting to see how it finishes up."