Former IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook has no problem getting ready for a fall showdown with any of the top names at 147-pounds - specifically Terence Crawford and Keith Thurman.
In recent months, both Crawford and Thurman have mentioned Brook as a potential opponent in the near future.
Thurman and Crawford are both looking at fall return dates - but neither boxer has an opponent locked in.
Thurman has been out of the ring since a July 2019 decision loss to Manny Pacquiao, while Crawford last saw action in early December.
Brook has not fought at welterweight since suffering a stoppage loss at the hands of Errol Spence in 2017. He's been fighting between 150-154 pounds since 2018.
He snapped a 14 month layoff back in January, when he stopped Mark DeLuca.
Brook is currently training in Fuerteventura, side by side with world champions Josh Taylor and Billy Joe Saunders.
The 34-year-old boxer would love the opportunity to face Crawford or Thurman.
While not revealing his weight, Brook insists that he's light enough that it won't be a problem to get down safely to a proper fighting weight by the fall months.
"I'm staying busy and ready," Brook told Sky Sports. "I'm going to put myself in the best position for when things come back to normal.
"I'm very keen on fighting Crawford. I think Keith Thurman has spouted that he would love the British pound. He'd like the fight, so I'm keeping myself active in Fuerteventura with Josh Taylor, Billy Joe. They're a good bunch of lads out here. We're working hard.
"I'm very light. I don't like to say what weight I am, but I'm very light, especially for me having no date. If it's Crawford, he'll be defending his title, so it will be 147. Thurman, it could be a catchweight. I can be ready for October, November for 147."