World number one Gerwyn Price says he’s “full of confidence” and already has his eye on winning the World Grand Prix in Leicester next month.

Price won the World Series of Darts Finals in Amsterdam over the weekend, beating Dirk van Duijvenbode to claim the £70,000 top prize.

The Welshman, who is 5/1 to win the World Championship in 2023, remains the best player in the world at the moment but believes he can get even better as he aims to add to his considerable title haul over the next few years.

Price, who won the World Championship in 2021 and the World Grand Prix the previous year, says he still has plenty of room for improvement playing a sport he only took up professionally in 2014.

“I reckon in three years’ time I will pretty much be unbeatable,” he said. “Everyone else that is here now is experienced. Michael Smith, Peter Wright, Michael van Gerwen – even Jonny Clayton did a lot of BDO stuff with Wales.

“I’m really new to this compared to those players, so another three years where I can improve a lot more, and I will be very tough to beat.”

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The 37-year-old, who has now recovered from a fractured hand that kept him out of action in the early part of 2022, is looking ahead to the World Grand Prix, which takes place at Leicester’s Morningside Arena between October 3-9.

‘The Iceman’ believes he can challenge for the title in the East Midlands as he looks to make amends for last year, when he was beaten in the final by fellow countryman Clayton.

He added: “If I can start off like I have in previous years, there is no reason why I can’t go and win that title again.

“I know I’m playing well. I know where I should be. I have got a lot more in the tank, but things are going in the right direction at the right time of year. I’m full of confidence.”

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