Usain Bolt says he has achieved all his goals for the year and is looking forward to going home to Jamaica.
Speaking from the latest round of the Diamond League in Zurich, Bolt says he's counting the days until he's home.
The sprint star says he wants to spend time with friends and my family, play video games, skip training and enjoy being himself.
Bolt again stressed that the 2012 season had not been about bettering his own world records of 9.58 seconds and 19.19 seconds in the 100m and 200m respectively.
He says 2012 was all about winning Olympic titles, not so much about running fast times.
The burning question concerns what the future holds for the sprinter.
Bolt says after this season he'll sit down with his coach and decide what to work on next year.
He says that could be the 400 metres or the long jump.
Bolt added that although he wanted to take part in the next Olympics in Rio de Janeiro in 2016, there would be a season-by-season approach to his immediate future.