The king of the track is not ready to set the crown down yet. Usain Bolt has said he is ready to win at the World Championships after he secured a 9.87 win in the 100m of the Anniversary Games.
American rival Justin Gatlin has been dangerous this year, running the four fastest 100m times and running his personal best of 9.74 in May.
Despite the threat of Gatlin though, Bolt says he is ready and back from injury.
“I was never number two, I am still number one. Until I retire that’s the plan,” said the double world champion.
“I was happy with what I did,” added the six-time Olympic champion who has struggled with a pelvic problem this year.
“I’m ready to go and I’m ready to win.”