WBO light heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly is confident that he can win more belts and potentially unify the division once he has safely navigated his way past American fighter Tommy Karpency on Saturday night.
The Welsh boxer will be in action in Cardiff this weekend against the relatively unknown Karpency but he already has his eyes set on much bigger prizes such as showdowns with IBF champ Tavoris Cloud and WBA title holder Beibut Shumenov.
"Provided we come through this in a good fashion I think there would be a unification fight not too far down the line," Cleverly told Sky Sports. "Fighters like Shumenov or Cloud, I would definitely like to fight one of those guys.
"There is also the Chad Dawson against Bernard Hopkins fight coming up and I wouldn't mind facing the winner of that. I think that fight will happen in the future but I think that would be towards the back end of 2012, but that could happen in the foreseeable future."
Cleverly is one of only two British world champions, alongside Scottish lightweight champion Ricky Burns, and has plenty of time on his side at just 25 -years-old.