Paul Butler is not fussed who he fights next - he just wants it to be for another world title.
Butler signed off for the year in style on Saturday when he outclassed Alexander Cazares in Scotland.
Now the bantamweight from Great Sutton is hoping to set up a huge domestic showdown in the New Year.
Butler’s camp have already opened negotiations with WBA champion Jamie McDonnell.
Another huge domestic showdown with current IBF king Lee Haskins has not been ruled out either.
And, after his man’s unanimous points victory over Cazares, promotor Francis Warren confirmed a pact has been made to fight in a final eliminator for the WBO crown.
Butler said: “Anyone will do in the New Year. I just want it to be for a world title.
“To be given a shot will be nice and I will repay them by winning it.”
Butler claimed the IBF bantamweight world crown in June 2014 when he Stuart Hall in Newcastle.
The Baby Faced Assassin immediately relinquished the belt in an effort to become the first Englishman to step down a weight and win a second world title in more than 100 years.
But he is now back at bantamweight and his success over Cazares at Paisley’s Lagoon Leisure Centre was his second in a row after teaming up with Joe Gallagher.
Butler won nine and drew one of the 10 rounds against the tough Mexican, who has yet to be stopped in his career.
Indeed the only time the 28-year-old was troubled was when he took a cut to the eye late on after a clash of heads.
Butler, who moved to 23-1, said: “I thought I was boxing all right up until I got caught with the head clash.
“I went off the boil for about a minute and then got it back together with some nice shots. It was a decent performance.”
Ring Magazine Trainer of the Year Joe Gallagher was impressed.
He said: “I was very pleased with that performance. He boxed very well. There’s no need to take chances with a kid like that.
“The division is packed full of good world champions, whether it’s (Marlon) Tapales, Lee Haskins or Jamie McDonnell.
“If we can get a world title fight next, brilliant, but if not we’ll have another one and then we’ll go.
“But everyone loves a great domestic fight so Haskins or McDonnell are the ones we want.”