British super bantamweight champion Scott Quigg (23-0, 16KOs) has told BBC Sport he has Northern Ireland's Commonwealth title holder Carl Frampton in his sights. Quigg defends his current title on the 4th of February against Jamie Arthur, while Frampton will put his belt on the line against Kris Hughes on the 28th of January. However, Quigg believes a fight with Frampton is inevitable.
"We want to capture the public's imagination like the George Groves and James DeGale fight did," he said. "There is no doubt that me and Carl are going to fight sooner or later. I am not scared of him and I am 100% confident I will beat him, but he will say exactly the same. We could go on our own paths, but it is important to face each other because we both want to prove we are the best."