On November 23, WBA super middleweight champion Callum Smith will make his mandatory defense against John Ryder.
But undefeated beltholder has much bigger plans in mind - like unifying his division and facing the biggest names possible.
One fight that Smith would love to secure is a unification with WBO world champion Billy Joe Saunders.
Saunders recently signed a promotional deal with Eddie Hearn of Matchroom. Hearn also works with Smith.
"Saunders being with Matchroom now obviously makes this fight easier to make and, if we can both get through our next fights, then I think a fight next April or May with everything on the line is brilliant for boxing over here. I still think he's a middleweight if I'm being honest, but he's done well to win a world title at super-middle, which means a fight between us means a lot more," Smith told Sky Sports.
Smith also holds the WBC's Diamond title at 168-pounds, which grants him a future world title crack at the full WBC champion, undefeated puncher David Benavidez.
Last month, Benavidez reclaimed his title when he stopped Anthony Dirrell inside the distance, as the co-featured attraction on the Errol Spence-Shawn Porter pay-per-view from Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Smith watched that contest with a lot of interest and saw plenty of things that he an take advantage of. He believes Benavidez leaves himself very wide open when he's coming forward and looking to land his hard combinations.
"I still see a lot of mistakes when I watch Benavidez, especially when he's on the attack," said Smith.
"Benavidez can be hit if you time him properly, because he's all over the place when he goes for the kill. He leaves plenty of opportunities for opponents."