Unbeaten light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury has no problem with facing Logan Paul in a future contest.

Back in February, Fury traveled to the Middle East and handed younger brother Jake Paul his first defeat as a pro boxer, when he secured an eight round split decision.

Fury is back in the ring on Saturday night in Manchester, where he faces another social media star in KSI. As part of the undercard, Logan Paul returns to action in a crossover boxing match against MMA fighter Dillon Danis.

Provided they both win, Fury would be open to the scenario of a clash with the older Paul.

The younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury believes that he's a level above when compared to a crossover boxer.

"I'm going to solely concentrate on Saturday night, get a great performance God willing and then we'll get around the table and see what's next. I'm sure if Logan Paul wants it, he can definitely have it, 100 percent," Fury told The Sun.

"I don't really care about these guys, any one of them, whoever wants it at that time, whoever puts up the best offer is gonna have the fight, aren't they? It doesn't matter to me who I fight, especially not with these guys."

Rival Jake Paul is going to be ringside to support brother Logan. Fury does not expect any drama.

"At the end of the day, we had our beef, our fight, we settled it all in the ring and for now that's died down. There's always going to be a fight there as I'm sure he wants to get that fight back - but that's never going to happen," Fury said. "And at the end of the day he can sit there and watch what should have been done to him.

"At the end of the day, Jake's alright. Jake's a lot better of a man than KSI I can tell you that. But at the end of the day I'm focused on KSI, I'm going to come for him and then we can sit round the table and I'm pretty sure it won't be the last dealings with the Pauls."