"I had prepared myself for the 2016 Olympics, I never expected to qualify for the 2012 Olympics. Right now I am not thinking beyond this Olympics, I am treating the London Games as my first and last Olympics and I am committed to give my 100%," Amit Kumar told PTI.
The 19-year-old, however, said he was confident about his chances at the sporting extravaganza.
"I am quite confident that I can deliver for my country. If you see my recent record I won a gold at the beginning of this year in USA. I got a bronze in the Asian Championship and won a gold in the Asian Qualifying Tournament. So I know I can do it for my country and for my own self," said Amit, whose advent to the senior level has surprised one and all.
Amit, who along with fellow Olympic-bound wrestlers, is today scheduled to fly to Belarus for a conditioning-cum cum-training camp, said he would like to improve upon his speed and shed a few kilos before hitting the mat in London.
"The focus during the upcoming camp in Belarus will be on reducing weight. I would also look to improve upon the speed of my attack. I will be also working on counter attacks and defence skills," said the 55kg free-style wrestler from Delhi.
Amit added that the previous training camp in Colorado Springs, USA was very effective.
"The camp at Colorado Springs was very good. I got an opportunity to spend some time with Brandon Slay (former Olympic gold medallist). I discussed with him about my game and his tips have been really beneficial. Together we talked about my technique. He also told how to tackle different situations. It was a great learning experience," he said.