World number one Novak Djokovic wants to become the third ever player to hold all four Grand Slam titles after narrowly missing out on the rare feat in 2012.
Previously only Don Budge (1938) and Rod Laver (1962 and 1969) managed the feat, and Djokovic came so close to holding all four titles simultaneously after he won the 2011 Wimbledon and US Open and then the Australian Open in 2012, but lost to Rafael Nadal in the final at Roland Garros.
Having finished as the world's top player for the second consecutive year, the Serb's confidence is high going into the new season, which starts officially next week.
"I won the last big tournament of the year in London (the ATP World Tour Finals) and I am hoping that I can continue playing well," said Djokovic.
"So my ambitions are always high. I want to win every Grand Slam that I play."
"Roland Garros is always at the top of my priority list and ambitions. It's the only slam I haven't won. I played in the final, which is a step further than ever before," the five-time Grand Slam champion added.
Djokovic then lost his Wimbledon crown to Roger Federer, who was victorious for the seventh time at the London grass courts, after the Swiss came from a set down to beat the tearful Andy Murray.
But with his 32nd birthday coming up, the legendary 17-time Grand Slam champion has already cut hi schedule for the upcoming season.
He will go into the Australian Open - an even he has won four times previously - having not played in a warm-up event.