Jamaican Olympic sprinting champion Usain Bolt took the footballing world by storm after completing a training session with Borussia Dortmund on Friday. The undisputed fastest man on the planet wants to stay with the club, and earn himself a contract in the Bundesliga.
"Hopefully the team welcome me in the near future," Bolt told bundesliga.com after his remarkable trial session in Brakel, Dortmund. “I'd like to continue training with them, getting more experience, getting better and hopefully signing. You never know."
Watch: Usain Bolt on his training with Dortmund!
Bolt has made it known that he wants to become a professional football player, and had the chance to test himself against the best of the best in Dortmund. Having warmed up, the 31-year-old stunned some 1,400 members of the public around the training ground watching with his display.
A superb header, cheeky nutmeg and cool penalty capped-off a perfect day for Bolt, who was satisfied with his showing.
Watch: Bolt's entire training session in full!
"I think overall I will give myself probably a seven out of ten," Bolt said. “I think I was okay. I did well, it just takes practice now. To put in more work and get fit.
"I wanted to play my best. I wanted to move and give the guys options and I tried my best. I'm really trying to make it professionally, so I have to play at a high level."
Dortmund coach Peter Stöger even declared following the session on Friday morning that Bolt is “very talented”, bringing more speculation as to whether the Jamaican will indeed be invited for a third training session with the club, after he completed his first tasks on Thursday.