Usain Bolt has the required determination to follow his dream and become a professional footballer, according to Leon Bailey.
Bolt, an eight-time Olympic champion during a glittering sprint career, spent two days training with Borussia Dortmund last month.
BVB coach Peter Stoger indicated Bolt has work to do before he will be ready to sign a professional deal, but Bailey backed his fellow Jamaican to earn a contract.
"He enjoyed the training, but, of course, he was unfit. It was more about having someone there to help him.
"He wants to do whatever it takes to become a pro – he really wants to make it happen.
"You never know what the future brings. He's a champion and became one as his coaches taught him well. If that happens again, I don't see why not."
Bolt has said he will return to Dortmund for a longer period of training, while the 31-year-old - a Manchester United supporter - is among the stars set to be on show at June's Soccer Aid charity match at Old Trafford.