Carl Froch is hoping that he will be able to avenge his loss to Mikkel Kessler by securing a rematch with the Dane in October.
The Nottingham-fighter has just two losses on his record and, after beating Lucian Bute to win the IBF super-middleweight title, is now hoping that he will be able to avenge one of those defeats.
Froch's promoter Eddie Hearn has revealed that he is currently working hard on trying to arrange a second fight between the pair and that a date later this year is being discussed.
"Kessler is our preferred choice and our number one option," Hearn told the BBC. "He [Froch] wasn't at 100% for their first fight and he lost a narrow decision. If that had been in the UK, he would have won.
Froch was beaten by Kessler back in April 2010 in what was a close decision in the Super Six tournament and Hearn is confident a rematch can be scheduled.
"We're looking at Froch's next fight being in October," added Hearn. "Froch versus Kessler is the perfect fight that everyone wants to see. I spoke with Kessler's people last week.
"It's down to the demands of Kessler. He has already asked for a fight in Denmark but we said absolutely not. Carl is a three-time world champion. We would sell 20,000 tickets for that here."
The Brit has certainly travelled in recent years in what has been described as one of the most gruelling series of fights a modern day boxer has ever undertaken.
Froch had not fought in England since 2009 before his fight with Bute and with a title belt he will certainly hold the cards when it comes down to discussing a possible venue.
However, the matchup is still dependent on Bute who did have a rematch clause on his contract that could see Froch travelling to Canada to defend his IBF title.
"We can't do anything until we know what's happening with Bute. He will need a three-month training camp, so I expect he will have to make a decision by the end of this month," Hearn admitted.
"Kessler knows how hard Froch is. He fought a 70-80% Froch. I'm sure he's not afraid of Froch, but there are easier fights for him out there [in Denmark] for good money.
"Froch is much hungrier for this fight than Kessler but money talks. Let's see if we can get the money right."