Huddersfield badminton ace Marcus Ellis is disappointed to have been beaten in the semi-final of the Olympic men's doubles badminton competition, but is determined to bring back a bronze medal.
The 26-year-old, along with partner Chris Langridge, were beaten 21-14 21-18 by Chinese fourth seeds Fu Haifeng and Zhang Nan, but are focused on Thursday's third place play-off.
After the match, Eliis told the BBC: "Obviously we still have so much to play for and if we finish with bronze we'd still be happy.
"We are a bit disappointed in our performance because we think we had more in the tank.
"We're disappointed but we're looking forward to a day off and then going out and hopefully winning the bronze medal."
Ellis and partner Langridge went on to encourage British youngsters to take up the sport, should they feel inspired by the two Brits.
Langridge said: "There's no reason we can't be as good as countries like China at badminton.
"We just need more people to play and if they did there's no reason more [British] people can't make it where we are - but hopefully not being knocked out in the semi-finals!"