31 May 2013 Last updated at 09:05

Nicola Adams wants further boxing titles after staying amateur

After becoming the first woman to win Olympic boxing gold at London 2012, Nicola Adams was linked with a move to professional boxing where it was said she could make considerably more money than by staying an amateur.

But Adams, 30, tells BBC Sport's Nick Hope she has "much more" she wants to achieve at this level, starting with World and Commonwealth gold medals in 2014 before a defence of her Olympic crown in the Rio 2016 Olympics.

The Leeds-born-boxer will make her competitive return for the first time since the London Games at the European Union Championships in Hungary in July.