The Jamaican sprint superstar said he could seek to better his three Olympic gold medals in 2008 by running in the 4x400m if needed.
Usain Bolt eyes four gold medals at 2012 Olympic Games
The 25-year-old 100 metres and 200m world record holder said that if asked he would run in the 4x400m relay were world bronze medallists Jamaica to reach the final.
"If they need me, I would be able to run," said Bolt, who took 100 and 200m individual gold as well as 4x100m relay gold at the 2008 Games.
Bolt, who came back from being disqualified in the 100m final at August's world championships to retain his 200m title and anchor the relay quartet to gold as well, said that he was already licking his lips with anticipation ahead of the Olympic year.
"We are approaching the Olympic season and it is something special," said Bolt, who is in Monaco for the IAAF athlete of the year awards.
"I already started training a month ago.
"Everything is going well physically. I recently underwent a check-up in Munich [with renowned doctor Hans Muller-Wohlfart]".
Bolt's coach Ricky Simms revealed that Bolt would begin his competitive season in Jamaica in April and in May in Europe.