Video: Para-shooter Johnson sets sights on two medals at Rio 2016

Para-Shooter Michael Johnson is chasing two gold medals at his fourth straight Paralympic Games in September.

Johnson, the current world number one, will headline a three-strong Paralympic New Zealand team for Rio 2016. He will be joined by Paralympic debutants Jason Earles and Greg Reid.

Johnson has won three medals across three Paralympic Games and has his sights set on adding two more to his collection in Rio.

"I'd really love to win two medals, because I shoot two events. I'm definitely after the [gold medals]," Johnson said.

"I've recently comeback from a couple of World Cups over in Europe and performance was pretty good, so I know I have the capability there, it's just pulling it off in Rio.

"I feel confident and I just want to give it my best."

Johnson is ranked number one in the world in the R4 Mixed 10m Air Rifle standing SH2 class and number five in the R5 Mixed 10m Air Rifle SH2 prone events.

Watch the full interview with Johnson above