Martin Kaymer is not ready to relinquish his position at the top of the world golf rankings.
Some commentators had suggested that Kaymer was ready to put his golf clothing to the back of the wardrobe last year, however, after reaching the final of the WGC-Accenture Match Play he wants to keep on playing, and winning.
"I'm the number one in the world for at least two weeks. Hopefully if I keep playing the way I do then another week. And then we'll see," he told the Press Association.
"I don't really worry about the world rankings. I think you only have to worry if you play bad golf."
Kaymer took over the world number one spot from Lee Westwood, who had held it since October.
If Kaymer wants to hold the position for as long, he will have to make sure he is on top form as Luke Donald, Graeme McDowell and Tiger Woods are all keen to take his place.