Sterling advises Bolt on a football career
Usain Bolt says Raheem Sterling encouraged him to continue to compete, as sprinter is trying to continue his career.
Bolt had a trial on the Australian side of the Central Coast of Mariners, where ek Irish international Andi Keogh said he had a first touch "like a trampoline".
But Bolt returned, saying:
"People will say what they want, I'm used to this. I used to work in the field, people thought bad when I started, and every year I showed them the wrong one.
"Football is something I want. I'm sure it is him [Keogh] it's not at the level that it was when it started, you know what I mean?
"I do not understand it personally, I'm just laughing at these things because I met Patrick Vieira, I met many great footballers.
"I talked to Pogba and Sterling and are happy to see me try, say," Come on, you can do it ".
"They support me, so I will not worry about some simple players who say things about me because I have high level players, knowing it's a dream and what I want.
"This is not all about money. This is a dream, and I want to try to see how good I am."