The fastest man in the world said he is reconsidering plans to retire after the Rio de Janeiro Games in 2016.
Earlier this year, Bolt revealed he planned to call time on his career in 2016, but he admits it is probable that he will compete for one year after that.
The 100m, 200m and 4x100m Olympic said he has informed his coach that he wants to run at the Commonwealth Games, in Glasgow next year.
Speaking at a book signing of his new autobiography Faster than Lightning, in London, the Jamaican said: "I have said to my coach that I would love to go to the Commonwealths.
"It's something that I haven't done before.
"It's up to him, but I have said to him that I want to be a part of it.
"My coach will think about it and we will see what he says. I am not 100% sure. We will discuss and see what he says.
"I am definitely reconsidering (retiring after 2016)."