Great Britain's Keely Hodgkinson has set her sights on upgrading her 800m silver in 2021 to gold at the next Olympics in Paris in three years' time.
The 19-year-old broke Kelly Holmes' British record en route to claiming second place in the 800m in Tokyo.
"I want to turn this into a gold one day, that's the long-term goal in Paris," she told BBC Breakfast.
"I'm just going to carry on doing what I am doing because that is what has got me here."
Hodgkinson began 2021 aiming to add a European junior gold to the youth title she won in 2018, however a first sub-two minute time in January followed by European indoor gold and an impressive victory in Ostrava made her re-evaluate her plans.
In June, she surged past Laura Muir and Jemma Reekie to defend the national title she won against a weaker field 12 months earlier and book her place on the plane to Tokyo.
"I didn't really think about the enormity of it," said Hodgkinson of her Olympic final.
"I was most relaxed in the final because you have made it there, it is more the heats and the semi-finals where you get nervous.
"I just wanted to enjoy it because that is the biggest stage I have been on."
Hodgkinson was beaten to gold by another 19-year-old - Athing Mu of the USA - and their rivalry seems likely to be witnessed for years to come.
"Athing is a lovely girl and a great athlete," added Hodgkinson on BBC Radio 5 Live.
"To have two 19-year-olds on the podium was quite something I think, it bodes for a very bright future.
"We all get on really well, they are lovely girls and we have the utmost respect for each other. I think we are just going to push each other on throughout the years."
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