Prince Harry is set to celebrate with Usain Bolt after his seventh Olympic win.

Prince Harry

Prince Harry

The 31-year-old royal has been tied into partying with the 29-year-old Jamaican sportsman after he gained his seventh gold medal during the men's 100 meter sprint at the Rio Olympic games at a time of 9.81 seconds.

The champion has revealed he plans to enjoy a night out on the town after the sporting extravaganza where he will teach the red headed party goer some of his best dance moves.

He told the Daily Star newspaper: "I'll party with Harry and teach him the running man. But only after Rio!"

Harry and Usain first met eachother when Harry visited the athlete's home town in 2012, which saw the two perfect Usain's signature lightning bolt stance and strike the pose together.

Meanwhile, Usain plans to earn himself and his country two more medals and reach the goal of owning 10 gold trophies before he can declare himself as an "immortal" being.

He explained: "Somebody said I can become immortal. Two more medals to go and I can sign off. Immortal.

"Somebody said if I win these three gold medals I would be immortal and I kind of liked it. So I'm going to run with that one."

Regardless of his goals Usain has admitted he is "proud" and "happy" with his achievements and success in the games so far.

Speaking previously, he said: "I'm happy and I'm proud of myself."