Olympic bronze medal winner Filip Hrgovic is looking to stay as active as possible, according to his promoter Nisse Sauerland.

As BoxingScene.com previously reported, Hrgovic was recently ordered to take part in an IBF final eliminator with Michael Hunter.

The winner will become the mandatory challenger to current champion Anthony Joshua.

Hunter's sole defeat, by way of a twelve round decision, took place several years ago in the cruiserweight division when he faced Oleksandr Usyk.

"Hunter is game. You can't knock him," said Sauerland to Sky Sports. "He's been a road warrior, stopping Martin Bakole and having a close fight with Alexander Povetkin.

"This isn't an easy fight but we believe Filip has the tools to win. Hunter is a great fighter but the size and power of Filip will be too much for him. Filip has only had 12 fights so we're happy that he's getting a proper test. We didn't hesitate. You would be crazy not to accept.

"It's a good fight. We have wanted a step up the whole time. But people out-price themselves when it's time to fight Filip."

Beyond, Sauerland likes the scenario of his boxer facing Joshua a lot more than Fury - due to the stylistic differences.

At the moment, Joshua and Fury are very close to finalizing a deal for a two-fight unification series.

Sauerland believes Fury's style is a nightmare for anyone.  

"I know who I would prefer [Hrgovic] to fight," Sauerland said. "I would prefer Filip to fight Joshua, simply stylistically. They are both big, strong guys but Filip can move more and is less robotic.

"Fury is a nightmare for anyone because you just don't know what he will do. It's amazing what Fury can do for such a big man. Joshua is a powerhouse, he's an Adonis. But if I had to pick someone stylistically for Filip? I would pick Joshua."