The new captain of the curling team for Team GB at the Winter Olympics, David Murdoch, has been speaking to ITV News about their determination to do well.
Scotland's David Murdoch has been selected to skip the Great Britain rink at this year's Winter Olympics in Sochi.
The 35-year-old from Lockerbie has led Team GB's two previous medal attempts at the Games in Turin and Vancouver and he will be joined by Tom Brewster, Greg Drummond, Scott Andrews and Michael Goodfellow.
Murdoch skipped the side to bronze and the World Championships in March and says they hope to add to their haul in Russia.
– David Murdoch
"It's extremely inspiring to be part of such a promising team.
"We will go to Sochi believing in ourselves.
"Having met most of the Team GB athletes in the mix for Sochi, I know every one of us is giving our final preparations everything we have."
Lockerbie's David Murdoch has been selected to captain the Great Britain curling team at the Winter Olympics in Russia.
David has led two previous medal attempts by Team GB at the games in Turin and Vancouver.
His team previously won a bronze at the World Championship in March.
The athletes selected for Team GB's winter olympic curling team will be announced this morning.
David Murdoch from Lockerbie was an olympic champion in 2006 and 2009 and is tipped to be named for this year's winter olympics.