Ronnie O'Sullivan has revealed that one of his ambitions is to win a world title in his 40s.
O'Sullivan has also claimed the World Championship on five occasions and would become the oldest Crucible winner since 45-year-old Ray Reardon in 1978 if he adds a sixth.
Speaking after his victory over Selby, O'Sullivan said: "To get five Masters titles is a dream, I also have five world titles and four UK titles, it is more than I dreamed I would get.
"I am older than Mark and some of these guys, giving him eight years, so it is great to still be competing with them.
"I would like to go on and be a player who wins a world title at 40, when you see what the likes of Tom Watson have done on golf. Three on the bounce would be great."
O'Sullivan, who has won the last two World Championships, will turn 40 in December 2015.