Disgraced golf ace Tiger Woods is adamant he has ended his womanizing ways and now puts his "family first".
The sportsman made headlines around the world when he checked into a clinic for therapy last year and confessed to a string of extra-marital affairs.
He has now spoken out to insist he is working hard to turn his life around and is focused on his two children following his divorce from model Elin Nordegren in August.
Woods tells U.S. TV show Good Morning America, "Family's first. That's the way it was when I was growing up. My mum and dad were always there... and that's what I have with my kids now...
"I'm more present. I'm present with my kids. And that's important because to be with them each and every time I'm with them, to feel that and be connected to them and to see the joys on their faces...
"It's work, there's no doubt. It's tough. But it's enjoyable. That's the work I love... I just love being with them and seeing what they're doing, what they're capable of doing - the joys, just the shifts of interest... It's just fun. We have a great time together."
Woods and Nordegren share custody of their two children, Sam, three, and Charlie, two.