Michael Conlan tells BBC Sport NI's Nigel Ringland that he aims to add World and Olympic boxing gold medals to the Commonwealth and European gongs he currently holds, before contemplating a professional career in the sport.
The Belfast bantamweight won his final at the European Championships in Bulgaria by beating British boxer Qais Ashfaq on a unanimous points decision, and was also named best boxer in Sofia.
"It was a very technical fight. I don't think I performed to the best of my ability but I out-boxed him very easy," said Conlan.
"I'm hoping to become Ireland's first-ever male world champion and then it's the Olympics in Rio next year. To hold all four titles would be the perfect send-off to begin a professional career," he added.