By Nick Lustig, courtesy of The Daily Star
TYSON FURY says Wladimir Klitschko will have no option but to fight him if he can overcome Dereck Chisora.
Fury meets Chisora in their WBO heavyweight title eliminator at the Manchester Arena on July 26 for the right to face WBO, WBA, IBF and IBO champion Klitschko.
The unbeaten 25-year-old recently declared himself as the number one heavyweight in the world, but Fury is yet to test himself with the divisions best fighters.
Having seen two bouts with David Haye shelved, the only obstacle blocking Fury's path to a world title fight comes in Chisora - a man he defeated by unanimous decision back in 2011.
And the ever-confident Fury has got his eyes firmly on the prize ahead of his second bout with fellow Brit Chisora.
"I'm two fights - including my gym bout and Chisora - away from fighting Klitschko for the world title unless he does a runner but he can't this time and he'll be forced to fight me," the Mancunian said.
"It all sound so simple and if boxing was simple it would be a dream, but that's the plan and my route.
"Anything can happen, it's a hard road to the top of the mountain and I can now see the summit."