Darts legend Phil Taylor tells BBC Midlands Today's Laura May McMullan that he wishes he had the power to change things that have happened in his life.
Since beating Eric Bristow to win the first of his 16 world darts titles in 1990, a life on the road has come at a cost for the man from Stoke-on-Trent.
In his latest book, he says family life has suffered and he has missed out on his children growing up. And he says that, if he had his time over again he would "have changed the lot".
Before he hangs up his arrows, however, The Power says that he is determined to win back his World Championship title for a 17th time.