Sheffield super-bantamweight Kid Galahad hopes to move into the world title reckoning by claiming the vacant European crown at the expense of Spaniard Sergio Prado in Sheffield on Saturday night.
The 24-year-old knows an impressive performance could help him force a fight with either Scott Quigg or Carl Frampton in what could be an enticing domestic showdown.
Galahad has won all 15 of his professional fights but struggled to impress last time out when he stopped Liverpool opponent James Dickens in the 10th round of their bout in Rotherham.
Galahad told livefight.com: "Hopefully I can fight either Quigg or Frampton in a world title fight next year but if they are willing to fight now I am willing to do it.
"I know I have the style to beat them. I don't think they will fight each other so I am willing to fight either of them."
Galahad should not have any problems against Prado, who has a distinctly unimpressive record of nine wins - with just three coming inside the distance - and three defeats.Tags: Kid Galahad