Frankie Dettori has rubbished rumours that he will retire following today's Investec Derby at Epsom.

Rumours had been circulating the 47-year-old would call it a day after riding the Dermot Weld-trained Hazapour in the mile-and-a-half showpiece.

But the multiple Classic-winning rider put to bed that speculation in the wake of his victory aboard the Martyn Meade-trained Wilamina in the Princess Elizabeth Stakes.

He said: "I'm not retiring. There is a rumour going around saying that I'm going to retire after the Derby.

"I'm definitely not retiring and you definitely have another five years of putting up with me." 

Dettori rode his 3,000th winner in August 2016, and currently stands fifth in the list of winningmost jockeys in Britain, behind Sir Gordon Richards, Pat Eddery, Lester Piggott and Willie Carson.