Not content with just competing in the men's K4 at this year's World Championships, Murray Stewart and Jacob Clear are now setting their sights on the K2 1000.
The pair blew away a top-class field to win the K2 final at Champion Lakes in Perth.
Among those they left in their wake were K4 teammates David and Tate Smith, who were sensationally disqualified after forgetting to put weights in their kayak, and Ken Wallace and Lachlan Tame.
The K4 remains the priority for the London gold medallists, but Stewart wants to have a crack at the K2.
"Look at what (David) Smithie and Kenny (Wallace) did last year, I mean we won the gold but they got fourth at the Games in the K2," Stewart said.
"We've got quite a few good different combinations. Jake and I have been racing together for a few years but we've always had other priorities.
"For me it would be really nice to line up with Jake at Worlds, if we get the spot, and see how it goes."
Wallace said this was the year to "pull a K2 out of our K4" given it's a relatively quiet year.