Yorkshire racer Ian Hutchinson has told BBC Isle of Man that he "can't wait to get riding again" as he continues his return to full fitness.
The Bingley rider has been struggling with injury since breaking his leg at Silverstone in 2010.
He was on his way to full fitness when he broke the same leg in January during practice for a stunt show in London.
"As long a I can get some mileage I will be in a much better place than last year," he told BBC Isle of Man.
In 2010, Hutchinson made TT history by winning all five solo races, a feat which had never been achieved in more than 100 years of the event.
The Swan Yamaha racer plans to make his racing return at next month's North West 200, before shifting his attention to the Isle of Man event.
"It was a nice thing to do but I am just here to win races, whichever race it is and I will continue coming to do that. I will never give in," he added.
The multiple Isle of Man TT and North West 200 winner will be racing in the Superbike, Superstock and Supersport classes at this year's TT - a total of five races from 2-8 June.
It will be the first time Hutchinson will ride for the Swan Yamaha team at the TT.
Last year, Hutchinson finished third in the Macau Grand Prix.