Heavyweight contender Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller is eager to get his hands on IBF, IBO, WBA, WBO world champion Anthony Joshua.
The two boxers had a tense face to face last month, during a press conference to announce promoter Eddie Hearn's United States streaming deal with DAZN. They had to be separated after trading harsh words.
Miller will be part of Hearn's first United States card to be streamed by DAZN, when he faces Poland's Tomasz Adamek in Chicago on October 6.
A big part of Miller's reasoning to link up with Hearn and his new venture, is to secure a showdown with Joshua.
The unified champion will headline the first DAZN streamed card from Matchroom, when he faces WBA mandatory challenger Alexander Povetkin on September 22 at Wembley in London.
Miller is hoping Joshua wins - so they can collide in April 2019, when Joshua is set to headline another event at Wembley.
The undefeated Miller was last seen in action back in April, when he dominated Johann Duhaupas for a decision win.
He believes his style of fighting will create a lot of problems for Joshua.
"Yes, most definitely he's still my top target," Miller exclusively told Sky Sports. "He's not used to that. He's not used to somebody stepping to him like that.
"He might be in big in England, but he ain't nobody over here. He's just another guy I want to punch in the face. He's not used to having punches in his face by a bigger guy, who comes forward and doesn't really back up.
"He has problems with shorter opponents. I'm a little shorter than him and bigger than him, and I throw more punches than him. Somebody like me that comes forward and doesn't take no for an answer - he's going to have a long, dangerous, terrible night. I'm eventually going to stop him."