The 28-year-old surprised many this summer when she claimed 400m silver at London 2012 behind Jamaican Sanya Richards-Ross, a trademark blistering finish seeing her pip DeeDee Trotter and Amantle Montsho to second place.
By doing so she added Olympic silver to the gold she won four years earlier in Beijing, Ohuruogu also owning Commonwealth and world gold medals heading into London.
But despite having already completed the set Ohuruogu insists she has no intention of slowing down any time soon, quite the opposite as she trains with next year's World Championships firmly in her mind.
"For me to retire, I'd have to be bored with what I'm doing and I'm not," she said.
"We always look at the championships and Moscow is one that we have pinned down to run next year.
"I still think there's a lot more for me to do and work on as I'm not extremely happy with how I run the 400m.
"I want to push on from the ground I made this summer. Me and my coach are changing things a little this season."
However, despite admitting to still loving life on the track Ohuruogu refused to commit to Rio 2016 just yet.
"I can't think seriously about competing at Rio," she added. "I don't know what will happen tomorrow let alone in four years.
"Everything comes down to fitness, passion for the sport, injuries and whether you'll be competitive - there are a lot of factors.
"Of course I'd love to go to Rio but I'm happy with what I have done in my career so far. If it does take me to Rio, that will be brilliant."
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