Undefeated Super-Lightweight Jack Catterall is hoping to secure an all-English World Title fight with stablemate Terry Flanagan.
Catterall lifted the British Title back in October, while Flanagan has moved up a division and is set to face Maurice Hooker.
Speaking on the latest BoxNation Podcast, Catterall was confident that promoter Frank Warren could make the fight happen.
"I don't see why the fight can't be made for later this year. I do believe that with my ranking up with the WBO [currently number four], we're both with the same promotion, I don't see why the fight can't be made.
"Two British guys fighting for the World Title! I just hope he can come through the fight against Hooker," added 'El Gato'.
As World WBO Super-Lightweight Champion, Flanagan made five successful defences. Now the Mancunian looks likely to face rangey American Hooker in the spring.
19-0 Catterall referenced some sparring sessions that he had with Flanagan a few years ago: "Yeah, sparring is sparring. Terry knows how the spars went. Likewise, do the people that were in the room.
"Hopefully he wins the title, hopefully I can be made mandatory. If not I think Terry will give me the shot as a voluntary. I might just have to knock him back down to Lightweight!"
Catterall won the WBO Inter-Continental belt in March 2015, and has defended it an impressive six times against a range of opponents.
"I feel like I served my apprenticeship a couple years ago and I've had some good fights over the last two or three years. I think I'm in touching distance of some big fights. so hopefully these fights are made and I can show what I'm really made of.
"I fought a few South Americans and they all bring different things. I've fought three southpaws, tall fighters, aggressive fighters. Going in with all those different mix of fighters, you get a real ring generalship from it," added the 24-year-old.
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