Unbeaten Heavyweight prospect Nathan Gorman is open to taking on stablemate Daniel Dubois.

On Saturday night, the Ricky Hatton-trained Heavyweight picked up the WBC International Silver Title after stopping Mohamed Soltby, moving to 11-0 (9 KOs).

It was a slow start, but Gorman knocked previously-undefeated Soltby down in the fifth round and followed up with a barrage of shots before the referee called a halt.

After the performance, one Twitter user said that 5-0 Dubois would "destroy" Gorman, to which he replied "Daniel knows where I am".

Dubois has earned five straight knockouts since turning professional, and has picked up the WBC World Youth and Southern Area Titles in his last two fights.

Promoter Frank Warren has said a match-up between Dubois and Gorman could take place later next year.

“Daniel and me have already sparred numerous rounds when we were in Sheffield. All men over 15 ½ stone carry knockout power and he’s certainly no different but I’ve never been off my feet in my life," Gorman said earlier this year.

"We’re both unbeaten prospects so, if that remains the case, it’s bound to happen down the line.”