"I have almost recovered from my shoulder injury. After a fortnight I will start my training with an eye on the Olympics," Sushil, who came to attend a wrestling competition, told reporters on Tuesday's night.
"I will try to give an excellent performance in the Olympic ring," added the 27-year-old wrestler.
A bronze medallist in 66kg weight category at Beijing Olympics, Sushil said that he was happy that wrestling on mat has been gaining momentum in the country where traditionally the fights used to take place in soil.
He said that the fights on mats will brighten the Indian wrestlers' chances in excelling at international competitions.
"There is no dearth of wrestlers in the county," he said.
To a question, he said that the players should keep off from doping.
Sushil, who got engaged to Savi, daughter of his coach Satpal Singh on November 8, is getting ready for his marriage to be held on February 18.
The wrestler said he was entering into the wedlock as per his family's wishes, adding that his family members were taking care of all his marriage preparations.
"My entire focus was on wrestling," he said, adding, "I will just reach the venue dressed up like a bridegroom."
Sushil, who hails from a middle-class family, gets full support from his family members and it helps him in concentrating on wrestling.
"I am sure I will continue to get this support from my family after marriage too," he added.
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