In a past interview, Amir Khan explained that his upcoming fight with Kell Brook would likely be his last.

But, the Bolton boxer is now going back on that statement - and he's opened the door for more fights in the future.

The two former world champions will collide in a grudge match battle on February 19 in Manchester.

The 35-year-old Khan has been out of the ring since July 2019, when he easily stopped Billy Dib.

Khan is now training with veteran coach Brian McIntyre in Colorado. McIntyre is best known as the head trainer of Terence Crawford.

The outcome of the upcoming encounter will obviously determine Khan's overall decision.

"Let's see where it goes. Because look, I'm going to see how this training camp makes me as a fighter. I mean, I might feel so good that I might want to do another one. I've never been pushed this hard in my career in any training camp," Khan told Seconds Out.

"Training this hard, I know I can do it. And if I felt a little bit old that I had to retire, or felt beaten up, I wouldn't have done it. I've been running with guys that are younger than me, who are like in their early 20s, out-sprinting them and beating them. And my times are better. A lot of the younger guys when I'm running the hills. I'm sparring well, I'm throwing more punches than fighters younger than me. So I don't know. There's nothing telling me I should call it a day yet.

"I always said that I never want boxing to retire me, I want to retire at the right time. I just don't know. I'm going to see how this training camp goes because I feel that, if we get a really good win off the Kell Brook fight, then it might open a new chapter in my career. Let's just see. But like I said, I don't want to be too greedy because you're always that one punch away from getting hurt. I've got a family and I'm going to wait and see after the fight what I do."