A look at what is making the back-page headlines in today's national newspapers:
THE SUN: Anthony Joshua insists he will turn down the chance to become a multi-millionaire - and carry on as an amateur boxer until Rio 2016. Also: Roberto Mancini last night landed England midfielder Jack Rodwell in a £15million deal.
DAILY MAIL: Kevin Pietersen faces an uncertain future after he was dropped for the final Test against South Africa because of the text scandal which rocked England. Also: Anthony Joshua won Britain's last gold medal of the Games yesterday to follow in Muhammad Ali's footsteps as an Olympic boxing champion.
DAILY MIRROR: Kolo Toure had a bust-up with Roberto Mancini over being snubbed in Manchester City's Community Shield win. Also: Team GB signed off in glittering style with a gold for super-heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua and then a silver medal in the final event of these glorious Olympics for modern pentathlete Samantha Murray.
DAILY EXPRESS: Anthony Joshua gave Britain's storybook Olympic Games the perfect ending by winning Team GB's 29th and final gold in his home city. Also: Roberto Mancini warned Jack Rodwell he will need to improve and cope with the pressure of "having to win" as he prepared to make the Everton and England midfielder his first summer signing in a £15million deal.
DAILY STAR: Roberto Mancini says Carlos Tevez is like a new signing in Manchester City's bid to retain their Premier League crown. Also: England's brightest young star Jack Rodwell has been tipped for greatness after sealing a shock £15m move to Manchester City.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: The meteoric rise of British super heavyweight Anthony Joshua was complete yesterday when the young giant pulled off a remarkable finish in a third-round rally to claw the Olympic title from Italy's Roberto Cammarelle. Also: Britain's golden Games has a silver lining and it came courtesy of one of this country's most successful Olympic sports.
THE GUARDIAN: Anthony Joshua, Great Britain's 29th and final gold medallist at London 2012, may turn out to be a very different sort of fighting champion. Also: UK Athletics has urged Charles van Commenee to think carefully over whether to quit his job as its head coach despite missing the target of eight Olympic medals.
THE INDEPENDENT: Great Britain's Anthony Joshua is the Olympic super-heavyweight champion after just 43 fights and four years in the boxing game. Also: Samantha Murray ensured that Britain bade a medal-winning farewell to the London Olympics last night when the 22-year-old student from Lancashire won a silver in the modern pentathlon, the final event of the 2012 Games.
THE TIMES: England have insisted that Kevin Pietersen still has a future in international cricket as long as he can rebuild bridges with his team-mates - despite dropping the star batsman for the first time in his seven-year Test career. Also: Charles van Commenee has been asked to stay on as the head coach of UK Athletics, despite missing his medal target.