World number one Rory McIlroy says he is driven by a desire to become the best golfer of his generation.
Speaking to BBC sports editor Dan Roan, McIlroy says he feels he is in "a good place" both professionally and personally and believes he is close to playing his best golf.
The Northern Irishman also talks about his physical well-being, his ideas on how to grow the game and his relationship with Tiger Woods, whom he describes as "a phenomenon".
Skip to these parts to hear McIlroy's thoughts on:
01:49: Being "in a good place", both on and off the course
04:35: The pressures that come with being world number one
05:50: The "phenomenon" Tiger Woods
08:00: How the game of golf can develop