Former lightweight world champion Anthony Crolla is not looking to retire just yet, at least not in the aftermath of a crushing one-sided knockout loss to Vasyl Lomachenko.
Back in April, Crolla received a mandatory shot at Lomachenko and he was blown away in four rounds in Los Angeles.
At the very least, Crolla wants to have one more fight before calling it a day for his career.
And Crolla wants that final bout to take place before his home crowd in Manchester.
"I think I'll have one more," Crolla told Sky Sports. "I've had a bit time out thinking what to do.
"I was always pretty sure I was going to go out with one more fight hopefully in Manchester. Then I've got to learn to sort of let go."
Crolla still believes that he can compete on the sports biggest stage, but fully admits that Lomachenko is several levels above him.
"Do I believe I can complete at world level? Yes, I do. I showed last November, Daud Yordan is a world-rated fighter, he's in nearly all the governing bodies' top 10 and I got home in a hard fight against him, so I believe that," Crolla said.
"But I've got to be realistic, I've banged on about it so much about staying in boxing too long, I just wouldn't like to go out the way I did, if that was my last fight. I know I've spoken to a lot of knowledgeable people and they say 'he's one of the all-time greats so it's no shame in that' and I suppose there's not."