WBC, IBF lightweight champion Mikey Garcia (39-0, 30 KOs) explained that while he's certainly willing to face WBA champion Vasiliy Lomachenko (11-1, 9 KOs) in a unification - nobody has contacted him about the fight.
Lomachenko is promoted by Top Rank, who promoted the majority of Garcia's career.
To break his promotional agreement, Garcia waged a two year legal war with Top Rank - before both sides reached an agreement to go in their separate ways.
For Lomachenko, he is scheduled to return to the ring on December 1.
The opponent is likely going to be newly crowned WBO lightweight champion Jose Pedraza, who captured the title last month from Ray Beltran.
Pedraza, like Lomachenko, is promoted by Top Rank.
"It seems that the plans with his promoter are to face Pedraza in a unification. I have not heard anything from them. I'm ready to face whoever it is. [Lomachenko] is the fight I want at lightweight, and there's no better fight than Garcia-Lomachenko [at 135]," Garcia said.
Back in July, Garcia dominated undefeated Robert Easter to unify the IBF, WBC world titles.
With no option to face Lomachenko, Garcia has been discussing the possibility of taking a major risk by moving up by two weight divisions to face IBF welterweight world champion Errol Spence.
Garcia wants a fifth divisional titles - after winning the IBF title at junior welterweight at the start of the year with a decision win over Sergey Lipinets.
Spence would be a huge favorite in the contest, but Garcia is not intimidated away from the opportunity.
There is no guarantee of Garcia-Spence taking place by the end of the year - with the first quarter of 2019 looking more likely.
"We have to see what options are available and what dates are left at the end of the year, the plan is to go up to the welterweight to seek a fifth divisional title with Errol," said Garcia.