Former world champion Gerwyn Price has already captured many of the sports biggest titles and admits he would love to add the bet365 US Darts Masters crown to his list as he bids to further cement his darting legacy.
The former Welsh Rugby League star has made a remarkable transition from field to oche since switching sports almost a decade ago, capturing three of the PDC's seven major ranking event tiles, as well as reaching the showpiece final in each of the other four.
Price has made no secret of his lofty ambitions in the game as he seeks to reign supreme in every tournament he participates in during his professional career, with the forthcoming bet365 US Darts Masters event in New York City offering him an opportunity to tick another event off his list.
The Iceman was sent packing by Michael van Gerwen at Madison Square Garden on his Stateside debut 12 months ago, and speaking exclusively to , he has revealed is seeking revenge as he plots success at the 2023 staging of the competition in June.
"Definitely, I'd love to win every event," the 11/4 pre-tournament favourite said. "All of the World Series events mean a lot to me, so if I can go out to New York and win the bet365 US Darts Masters then it would be happy days.
"I'm now five or six in a row against Michael, so if I manage to play him out there then hopefully that streak will continue!"
Despite the disappointment of defeat against MVG 12 months ago, Price admits to still holding happy memories of his trip to the fabled New York venue - one that he cannot wait to make a return to.
"Obviously we have played in Las Vegas before, so going to New York I wasn't sure what the crowd were going to be like, but it was a packed out arena and the atmosphere was buzzing," the 38-year-old added.
"Just to be able to go out there and play at Madison Square Garden is a real honour for me and everybody else at the PDC I think."
Along with the likes of MvG, Michael Smith and Peter Wright, all of whom will also be in action in the Big Apple, Price has been one of the PDC's modern-day trailblazers, helping the sport hit new heights in terms of mainstreams popularity across the globe.
"In Europe the sport has definitely found new ground, it has really shot off, but I don't think it has really taken off in the United States just yet.
"But over the next two three, four or five years then I don't see why that won't change because the players are more than good enough.
"We are promoting the sport well and the more we play in these different countries and the more we promote it then it can only get better."