Three-time World Champion Carl Frampton cannot wait to return to Belfast on November 18th, and he's hoping to put on a show.

Frampton headlines a stacked card at the SSE Arena, supported by two World Title fights featuring Jamie Conlan challenging Jerwin Ancajas and Zolani Tete defending his WBO Bantamweight crown.

"It's great to be back in Belfast," the 30-year-old said at a press conference on Wednesday morning. "I'm looking forward to repaying the fans for showing their support in me.

"This is my favourite city in the world. Hopefully with the help of everyone involved...we can show what Belfast is all about!"

The Belfast hero recently signed a promotional contract with Frank Warren, as he embarks on the next chapter of his impressive career.

Looking ahead to next summer, Frampton has one venue in mind: "A dream of mine is to box at Windsor Park. This is what I've dreamed of since I was a kid!"

An opponent for his next outing is yet to be confirmed, but the Northern Irishman is eager to get back in the ring considering he hasn't boxed since January.

"We're still looking at opponents. I'm looking at getting the big boys next year. [Leo] Santa Cruz is the fight I desperately want. I feel like I've got a score to settle," he stated.

Santa Cruz took Frampton's WBA Featherweight Title earlier this year, while Lee Selby, Oscar Valdez and Gary Russell Jr are the other belt-holders in the packed division.

Tickets for Carl Frampton's return will be out next week.