Nathan Cleverly has admitted he is willing to hand Tony Bellew a rematch.
The WBO light-heavyweight champion took a hard-fought points win over the Liverpudlian last October, with one judge scoring the bout a draw, and Bellew has called for a return fight.
Bellew's impressive knockout of Danny McIntosh last weekend increased clamour for another clash and Cleverly say he would consider facing his domestic rival again.
"He [Bellew] looked impressive and that's an option," Cleverly told the BBC."It's not ideal. If he had a world title belt then that would help, we could have an unification fight.
"It's a fight I want anyway, because I want to put the record straight. I think the last fight was a good fight and I think a second one would be as well."
The Welshman is also targeting his fellow world champions, including Chad Dawson, who took Bernard Hopkins' WBC belt with a points win on Saturday.
"The division is wide open really, we've got four world champions now - myself, Chad Dawson, Tavoris Cloud and Beibut Shumenov," he added.
"I think it is a fight that will happen in the future, but for the meantime we'll probably be looking at the WBA champion Beibut Shumenov.
"I think that fight can be made and we'll take it from there."