Olympic silver medal winner Joe Joyce is aiming to get his hands on the winner of the planned unification between world champions Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk.

The two unbeaten boxers are trying to finalize a deal to collide on April 29 at Wembley Stadium in London, with the WBO, IBF, IBO, WBC, WBA world titles at stake.

In his last fight, Joyce scored a sensational knockout of former WBO world champion Joseph Parker.

"If I wanted to make a statement, that was a statement there," Joyce told Sky Sports' Toe2Toe podcast. "Great fight though, a lot of respect to Parker, he proper pushed me all the way to the end. It was an exciting fight, it had good exchanges. I threw the kitchen sink, everything at him and eventually he went down."

Joyce, who is currently the WBO's interim-champion and the mandatory challenger for the sanctioning body, is watching the Fury-Usyk negotiations very closely.

"It's kind of dragging on a bit," Joyce said. "Fury's got 70 percent of it [the proposed fight purse], I guess it's happening now. [Fury has] started camp, I would imagine Usyk's already in camp."

Joyce will return to the ring on April 15, when he faces dangerous Chinese Olympian Zhang Zhilei Zhang.

Should he come away with a win, he wants the Fury-Usyk winner next - and admits the preference would be Fury.

"At last. That would be something, wouldn't it?" Joyce said. "There's been a lot of rematch clauses of late. They drag on, don't they? It's quite refreshing to hear that there isn't one for this fight. I can jump in afterwards, fight the winner.

"Usyk, I wouldn't mind fighting again either. But Fury's a bigger fight. They're going to get 'Juggernauted.' I'm confident in my abilities and I think it would be a great fight against either of them. But I really like the sound of the Fury fight. Can you imagine? Undisputed has a nice ring to it. Undefeated, undisputed maybe."