BEN Lampert has set his sights on winning another gold medal for Great Britain at the 21st Summer Deaflympic Games later this year.
The 23-year-old won his first when the GB deaf football team beat Iran 2-1 in the 2005 Deaf-lympics in Australia, giving him a taste for further success.
Now Lampert, who hails from Wembley, is confident his side can go all the way again when the games hit Taipei in September.
Harrow College, where he once studied, has donated £500 to help with Lampert's expenses, as has Protocol National.
It is a major boost, especially since UK Sport has decided against funding the team this time.
"There are lots of deaf athletes who need that boost and now their dreams have been crushed," said Lampert, who can play anywhere across the midfield and has 12 international caps for Great Britain.
Should he achieve another gold it will be the latest in a string of achievements, having helped GB to the British Deaf Cup and his club, Fulham, to the League title and several cups.