Ireland's 1,500m gold medallist at the Paralympic Games, Michael McKillop, admits that he still feels the weight of expectation on his shoulders despite claiming his fourth Paralympics gold.
In a wide-ranging conversation with RTÉ's Adrian Eames, McKillop, Orla Barry and Eoghan Clifford all offered their thoughts on the 2016 Paralympics as the Rio Games draw to a close.
McKillop and Clifford both won gold for Ireland in Brazil with Barry taking the silver medal with the women's discus event.
McKillop revealed that he still feels the pressure on him despite his huge success and that has already turned his sights to next year's World Championship.
"I think going into any major championships now, with my career I've been so successful and luck to be on top and I think I had to continue that winning streak," he said.
"I think everyone recognises me and Jason [Smyth] as the golden boys or always says that and I guess it's the pressure of the media and public and I always enjoy the challenge.
"I did feel the pressure but luckily I was able to go out there and perform at a high level."
"I can go away now and focus on trying to get fit and have an able-bodied season and if I have an injury free season, performing at the World Championships next year."
Listen to the full interview here: