Reigning table tennis champion Paul Drinkhall will be looking to repeat his Glasgow gold as he heads up the Team England squad for April's Commonwealth Games.
Drinkhall, who claimed a mixed doubles gold at the 2014 Glasgow Games in 2014 alongside wife Joanna, was named in the 11-strong squad which will compete at the Oxenford Studios on Australia's Gold Coast from April 5 to 15.
Table tennis is one of Team England's most prolific sports. Back in 2014, they contributed five to England's table-topping tally of 174 medals and finished second in the sport to Singapore.
"We want to win the team gold. That's the first event and the first priority," said 28-year-old Drinkhall.
"It's something I've grown up wanting to win and obviously I managed to do that in the mixed doubles last time.
"For us, we've got the experience even though we're a young team, and we're up there with the favourites."
Attending his fourth Games, Drinkhall's ambitions do not stop with the team event, and he is aiming for a singles victory.
"I'm looking to get to the medal matches. When you get into that position, anyone can win.
"It's just about giving yourself the best chance to have a go at it. I think there's a lot of players who can win it and no out-and-out favourite.
"It will be an interesting tournament."
Drinkhall's doubles partner, Liam Pitchford, was a medallist at both Delhi 2010 and Glasgow 2014. The duo were the first athletes selected for the team, having achieved their qualifying standard a year ago.
The 24-year-old said: "We're all really good friends off the table.
"We're always there working for each other and will bring that to the table in Australia.
"In the doubles, there's definitely chances for both pairs to take medals. Me and Paul have probed we can beat a lot of top doubles players on our day.
"Last time we came fourth, which is probably the worst place to finish, but it's good that we have a lot of experience.
"It bodes well for us, and hopefully we can turn our chances into medals."
This year, 16-year-old Denise Payet is the youngest player in the Team England squad. At the Glasgow Games it was Tin-Tin Ho, competing when she was just 15, who returns to the fold.
Table tennis team leader Simon Mills added: "The selection process was very competitive, which bodes well for the future," he said.
"I'm delighted to announce a squad which has an exciting blend of youth and experience.
"We travel with confidence that the squad will compete strongly for medals."
David McBeath, Kelly Sibley, Maria Tsaptsinos, Sam Walker, Kim Daybell, Felicity Pickard and Ross Wilson make up the rest of the squad.