Gary Anderson may have just successfully defended the PDC World Championship, but the Scot is planning to get his eyes tested after admitting his sight "is getting a bit dodgy".
Scot Anderson overcame Adrian Lewis 7-5 in front of a raucous Alexandra Palace crowd on Sunday, 12 months on from winning his maiden world title.
Anderson miscounted three times during the match, though, and the 45-year-old is contemplating playing with glasses even though that would require him to alter his throwing action.
"I need to get my eyes tested - I am seeing numbers that aren't there," Anderson told BBC Radio 5 live.
"But I would have to change something, to get used to playing in glasses.
"I have used reading glasses when I have had a throw, and I can see the board fine, but I find that I am knocking them halfway across my face."