Peter Fury says Anthony Joshua could be next in line for Tyson Fury providing the undefeated heavyweights both come through their next fights.
Joshua will bid to add the IBF title to his Olympic crown when he challenges American southpaw Charles Martin at London's O2 on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Fury is due to face Wladimir Klitschko in a rematch in Manchester on July 9 after he upset the odds and ended the Ukrainian's 11-year reign in Dusseldorf last November.
The undefeated Britons have traded verbal insults this week in the build-up to Joshua's title challenge and Fury's trainer and uncle, Peter, is already looking forward to the pair settling their grudges in the ring.
"We hope Joshua comes through Martin because it's a massive fight for UK fans," Peter Fury told Sky Sports News HQ.
"If Tyson comes through his obligation and Anthony Joshua comes through Martin tomorrow, there's no reason why we can't get that fight on next.
"That's the fight we are definitely interested it, providing both come through their obligations.
"We definitely want it by the end of the year, Tyson is not wanting to sit down, we don't want to wait, we want to keep moving forward, keep the momentum going.
"So we are very happy for that fight to take place, like I said we've got to get that fight out of the way in July and we will be looking forward to taking that fight next."