New world junior champion Goh Jin Wei does not want to wait until the Paris 2024 edition to emerge as an Olympic medal contender.

The 18-year-old highly-motivated shuttler revealed her ambition to vie for a spot at the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics to show her prowess.

"Anything is possible, I can fight for the 2020 Olympics. I think time is gold, so I just have to go and fight," she told reporters when met at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) upon her return from Canada.

She was asked to comment on national ace shuttler Lee Chong Wei’s view that she would be at an ideal age to win an Olympic medal in 2024.

Goh won her second world junior title in Markham, Canada, on Sunday, defeating Denmark's Line Christophersen 21-13, 21-11 — she won her first title in 2015.

Last month, she created history by winning the country's first gold medal at the Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

"This year has been really incredible for me. After starting the year with senior level tournaments, I gained a lot of experience to use for junior tournaments," she said.

The 2017 SEA Games gold medallst, who would compete at the Korean Masters scheduled from November 28 to December 2, also said the vast improvements shown by the girls’ squad brought signs of improvement for the country's Uber Cup squad.

Meanwhile, girls' doubles pair Pearly Tan Koong Le and Toh Ee Wei, who won silver at the same BWF World Junior Championships, hope to continue their partnership at the senior level.

"We have good chemistry, we read each other well," Toh said.