Andy Murray is looking forward to an "exciting" 2016 after being crowned BBC Sports Personality of the Year for a second time.
The Scot was a clear winner after he led Great Britain to their first Davis Cup team tennis triumph for 79 years.
Next year Murray, 28, who is set to become a father, will attempt to defend his Olympic title and seek a third Grand Slam triumph.
"The scheduling will be difficult next year but it's exciting," he said.
Murray became only the fourth person to win the BBC award twice - following boxer Henry Cooper and F1 drivers Nigel Mansell and Damon Hill - after first winning in 2013.
He finished a clear first in the public vote, with rugby league veteran Kevin Sinfield second and heptathlete Jessica Ennis-Hill narrowly beating boxer Tyson Fury to third place.