Ronnie O'Sullivan has turned his attention towards winning a sixth world title after claiming success in the 2016 Welsh Open in Cardiff.
The 40-year-old battled back from 5-2 down in the first session to claim an impressive 9-5 victory over Neil Robertson in Sunday evening's final.
A break of 141 in the final frame was a fitting way for the Rocket to win the competition for a fourth time, but he admitted after the gruelling match that the week-long tournament had taken its toll mentally.
"I feel shattered," he told BBC Sport. "I need a month of just relaxing, recharge the batteries and give Sheffield a good push, that is the one that everyone wants.
"I am not eligible for any other tournaments as I did not qualify, so my cue will be chilling out for a month or so."
O'Sullivan, who controversially turned down a 147 maximum break in the opening stages of the tournament, also won last month's Masters title at Alexandra Palace in London.