London, Sep 12 : Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, the fastest man on the planet, is to train with Spanish football club Real Madrid in a bid to improve the speed of their players.
Bolt took the Olympic Games by storm last month winning three golds and setting three world records including a staggering 9.69secs for the 100metre.
Now Bolt has accepted an invitation to train with the likes of Raul and Ruud Van Nistelrooy at the Spanish giants.
"They have invited me to train with them. I'll definitely go. I think Raul and Van Nistelrooy are some of the best goalscorers ever. I've watched Van Nistelrooy from when he was with Manchester United so I know he's a great guy," Bolt said.
Bolt, 22, who also beat Michael Johnson's 12 year-old world record for the 200metre to post 19.30seconds, said: "I don't know how fast I can still go. You can't put a limit on anything. They say anything is possible. I just work hard, do my best and try to stay focused."
Last season former Chelsea star Andrei Schevchenko worked with Olympic 4x100m gold medallist Darren Campbell to try and improve his speed at Stamford Bridge, The Sun reported.