Joe Gallagher, head trainer for WBA super middleweight world champion Callum Smith, wants his fighter to have a major fight with a big name opponent, at Anfield, in 2020.
This Saturday night, Smith will make a mandatory defense against John Ryder in Liverpool.
Should he overcome Ryder, the next would be a targeting of names in several weight classes.
For the right fight, Gallagher says there is no problem with Smith heading up to the light heavyweight division - including a showdown with WBC, IBF unified champion Artur Beterbiev.
There is also Canelo Alvarez, who has the WBA "regular title" at super middleweight and the WBO light heavyweight title. And Smith is open to facing IBF middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin, who would have to move up in weight.
"I think he would do, if it was the right fight, the right title and it made sense, 100 percent," Gallagher said to Sky Sports. "His frame is big enough to carry the weight up and I think if Callum moves up in weight tomorrow, a lot of people would recognise him as the no 1 light-heavyweight in the world. I think he'd get a world title shot no problem as well.
"Well obviously you've got Canelo now, who has just beat Kovalev, but any of them. Beterbiev is a good fight as well.
"For an Anfield fight to happen, we need to have the right dance partner. We don't want to have Anfield and only be 8-10,000 there. It's got to be 25-30,000.
"There isn't many people out there, big names out there that can draw that to Anfield to fight Callum Smith. Maybe GGG, there's another one. We'll just have to wait and see."