Tom Daley happy with London move

Tom Daley of England holds his gold medal after winning the Mens 10m Platform Final during Day 3 of the British Gas National Cup on February 2, 2014
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Tom Daley insists that he has a "massive amount of motivation" for diving again following his move from Plymouth to London.

Tom Daley has insisted that he has a "massive amount of motivation" for diving again following his move from Plymouth to London.

Daley admitted that he had fallen out of love with the sport following his bronze medal success at the 2012 London Olympics, raising questions over whether he was ready to retire.

However, the 19-year-old has since moved to the capital and employed a new coach in the form of Jane Figueiredo, and he is pleased with the way things have gone with her so far.

"Since I've moved to London, I've freshened it up and everything has changed. I've got a new coach, a new place to live. It's all different so everything feels exciting at the minute," Daley told PA Sport.

"I feel fresh and have a massive amount of motivation for diving. Jane has been great too. She has brought in new ideas, she has a different eye and she knows what she has to check for and change. We are working really hard at the moment."

Daley recently launched a new Diving Academy at the London Aquatics Centre.

Tom Daley in action during the 15th FINA World Championships on July 28, 2013
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