Wladimir Klitschko says a fight between him and Dereck Chisora would be a "logical" next step.
Klitschko was in London today with brother Vitali to promote a documentary film about the brothers.
But it wasn't long before his thoughts turned to his next opponent.
Wladimir said Chisora could be a possible challenger to his WBO, IBF and WBA titles after twice lining up a showdown against the Londoner.
The younger of the two Klitschkos was due to take on Chisora in Germany in December and April.
But both times he was ruled out of the fight with injury.
Having taken care of David Haye last weekend, Wladimir said he could meet the winner of Chisora's July 23 fight with Tyson Fury.
"I have lots of options, but Chisora would be a logical choice," said Wladimir, who could be ringside for the Wembley Arena date.
"I was due to fight Chisora before so it is a fight that could easily be made.
"I would like to come back to London and fight, or we could go to Germany.