Sebastien Ogier says he can afford to enjoy the Wales Rally GB after sealing his second consecutive World Rally Championship title in Spain last month.

His seventh success of the year, Ogier's win on the Rallye de Espana was enough to clinch him the 2014 WRC crown for Volkswagen ahead of team-mate Jari-Matti Latvala.

Heading to the final round of the season in the Welsh forests, Ogier says he can compete without feeling any pressure, even if he admits he would like to end the season with an eighth success.

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"We achieved the biggest goal of the season at the Rally Spain, so the pressure is off. I want to enjoy the last rally of the season, which means getting a good result. Our tests in Wales mean we have prepared perfectly for the complex conditions. The unpredictable weather, in particular, makes the Rally Great Britain very complicated and a real challenge.

"Experience shows that every driver wants to end the season as strongly as possible at the final rally of the year, before heading into the well-earned break. I can well imagine that Jari-Matti will be looking to celebrate his third win of the season in Wales."

Ogier has previously won the Wales Rally GB, in 2013.