Andy Murray is determined his US Open triumph will not be the last time he lifts a trophy on the grand slam stage.
In the fifth major final of his career and four years after he first contested the showpiece match at the US Open, Murray at last achieved the victory he craved as he defeated Novak Djokovic 7-6 (12/10) 7-5 2-6 3-6 6-2 and brought to an end Britain's 76-year wait for a British male singles champion on the biggest stage.
The 25-year-old said on Tuesday: "I spoke to (coach) Ivan (Lendl) very briefly after the match and we're going to have a chat on Friday or Saturday, I'm going to have the next two or three days to let things sink in a bit from the last few months."
He went on: "I want to keep improving. I know how it feels to win a grand slam, and winning the Olympics. I know how hard it was losing in the Wimbledon final. You want to try to win those big matches and big tournaments and I'll keep working hard to try to do that.
"I think I'll get a better feel when I get back on the court and start practising again, I'll feel what it's like to have a bit more belief in myself and my shots.
"I could have won Wimbledon this year, I was very close. I know if I'm in that position again I'll take the same chances, I'll go for my shots again, and a little bit more confidence and experience of taking my chances in big matches will help me."