” I’m a little like Roy Keane. Mentally I’m very strong. I’m very hungry. I’m very dedicated. You can’t throw me off my stride. That’s how I break people. I just don’t care what they do. They can throw 180, 180 and 180 again and I’m like, ‘so what?’ They’ve got to keep it up to beat me. “


” My dad was only 57 when he died. That’s one of the things that makes me worried. You never know what’s around the corner. I don’t want to go at 57 and not having done anything but played darts. “


” You can’t know the dedication it takes to win 16 world titles until you do it yourself. I didn’t know what John Lowe had to do before me. I respected him because that’s how I was brought up – but I respect him more now that I’ve done it myself. “


” I think we’ve got every chance of being an Olympic sport and, if they did put us in, I know they’d sell a lot of tickets and the atmosphere would be fantastic. I would love to see it, I really would. If you want to sell tickets and get thousands of people there, then do it. “


” It’s a sign you were playing well when you can’t remember it. “


” The games you lose are the games you can remember. “


” I watched my children grow up, then they left home and had their own children. You miss them. “


” It can be a quick career if you don’t perform properly. If some of these pros don’t do something to reinvent themselves, they’re going to go down the rankings as quick as anything. “


” My mum and dad always brought me up like that. You go to work, you do your best. “


” It’s hard to keep a marriage when you’re on the road all the time. “


” My attitude it that you don’t give in. “



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