Devin Haney apparently has no desire to sit on his hands as the newly-crowned undisputed lightweight champion.

The 23-year-old Oakland, Calif. native is coming off a dominant points win over George Kambosos earlier this month to unify all four belts in the 135-pound division. Haney, who travelled from his residence in Las Vegas to Australia, Kambosos’ homeland, put on a boxing clinic, using his jab to keep the Aussie at bay during their 12-round bout at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne.

Haney’s short-term future, however, depends on whether or not Kambosos chooses to activate his rematch clause. (Kambosos declared immediately after the fight that he intended to do so.) Haney had to agree to an immediate rematch with Kambosos, in Australia, in order to get his opportunity at the undisputed title shot.

Still, if, for whatever reason Kambosos decides not to go through with the rematch, Haney will not lack for an attractive option. In a recent interview, he floated two fights he would like the most. One is with three-division titlist Vasiliy Lomachenko of Ukraine and the other is with hard-hitting attraction Gervonta Davis from Baltimore.

“The two I’d be interested in is Loma and Tank,” Haney said in an interview with Tha Boxing Voice. “Those fights are the ones that interest me the most. But I’ll fight anyone. I’m a true fighter.”

Haney (28-0, 15 KOs), however, understands that politics may get in the way with those fights. On paper, a fight with Lomachenko figures to be far easier to make than one with Davis.

Haney and Lomachenko share the same promoter in Top Rank Inc., which has an exclusive output deal with ESPN, the network that aired Haney’s vaunted win over Kambosos. One outstanding issue, however, is if and when Lomachenko will resume his boxing career; the Ukrainian was originally supposed to fight Kambosos for all four titles, but he decided to join the military in his homeland to defend the ongoing Russian invasion.

Davis (27-0, 25 KOs) is backed by Premier Boxing Champions and promoted by Mayweather Promotions. Davis is coming off a sixth-round stoppage of Rolando Romero last month at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Notably, Davis himself recently called out Haney to a showdown.

“Those fights interest me the most but we can’t always make those fights happen,” Haney said. “It’s still a business and I understand that. We just gotta see what my team can come up with and see what’s realistic.”

Haney said he and his team will have discussions with Kambosos’ promoter Lou DiBella about next steps fairly soon. The Las Vegas resident also noted that there is a chance he could potentially move up to the 140-division.

“If I don’t fight [Kambosos] I don’t think I’ll be fighting at 135 any longer probably,” Haney said. “But we just gotta see. If he wants the fight I’ll probably have to vacate [one of my belts] because he gave us a rematch clause so we can’t go fight another fighter at 135 if he wants to fight. We just gotta see.”