The Jamaican sprinter won three gold medals in London and helped his team break the 4x100metres relay world record.
He said: "What are the chances of me coming to Glasgow? Well, I've said before that surprisingly the Commonwealth Games title is the only one I don't have.So maybe I will come to Glasgow. That would be good – because I need to get that title."
The 25-year-old, who won the 100m and 200m title for the second consecutive Olympics, also hit back at Jacques Rogge, president of the International Olympic Committee, who questioned the athlete's status as a "living legend".
Bolt said: "I want to answer with a question: what else do I need to do to prove myself as a legend? I do not know what else to do."
However, Rogge last night offered an olive branch, saying: "I mean this is purely a semantic issue. Let me finalise this issue as follows: to say that Usain Bolt is an active performance legend, he is an icon, he is the best sprinter of all time."
Mo Farah, who became one of just seven Olympians to complete the 5000 and 10,000m double, is considering a step up to the marathon though he would not say if this would occur before the Games in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.
He celebrated his historic feat by training last night. "It's just amazing, but I know my opposition and they're hungrier now. So tonight, I'm going to go for a run."
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