The world's fastest man has set his sights on the football field but doesn't appear to be interested in a potential move to Australia's A-League competition.
The Jamaican star is a big Manchester United fan and has let it be known he hopes Jose Mourinho signs him one day.
Those currently lofty football ambitions would appear to mean the A-League isn't quite at the stand the 31-year-old is hoping for.
While not ruling out a move down under, Bolt's immediate response to the question of playing in the A-League was laughter followed by a rather vague answer.
"I don't know," Bolt said at a Commonwealth Games press conference on the Gold Coast.
"I try to focus right now on trying to get fit and trying to get a level where I'm comfortable.
"I'm not worried about teams at this present point.
"I'm trying to be assessed and then I'll determine should I play in this league or that league.
"But right now I'm not worried about teams, I'm just trying to get to a level I'm comfortable with and just being a footballer."
Though his football skills are still up for debate, there's no doubt Bolt would be a huge commercial boost to whatever league he finds himself in.