Bradley Wiggins has hinted he may postpone his plans to retire from cycling.
The 36-year-old five-time Olympic gold medallist and Tour de France winner is due to finish competing professionally after a Six Day series event in Belgium next month.
But after finishing as a runner-up with Madison team-mate Mark Cavendish in London on Sunday, Wiggins suggested he could yet decide to continue in 2017.
"Money talks," he joked.
"I've enjoyed it that much, I just don't know at the moment. I'd love to still be part of it in the future. I still love riding my bike, I love racing.
"Who wouldn't want to come back, with a week like this and the crowds like this? It's been incredible."
Wiggins has been the subject of scrutiny in recent months after leaked files revealed he had sought three therapeutic-use exemptions (TUEs) for anti-inflammatory triamcinolone in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
According to Wiggins and Team Sky, the drug was required to address a pollen allergy that could have triggered the rider's asthma problems.
The TUEs were approved by the World-Anti Doping Agency and the International Cycling Union.