Last week, Jack Catterall revealed that he is now training under former British and European Champion Jamie Moore.
While the announcement came as a surprise, Catterall insists he left previous coach Haroon Headley on good terms.
"It was a decision I didn't take lightly," the 24-year-old explained to the BoxNation Podcast. "Me and Haroon have had a good run. We had three fights together, and three good wins. But I just felt like it was a time in my career where, like all fighters, you need to put yourself first.
"I needed a fresh start, I'm hungry now to get stuck in to these big fights. I feel like this move now going forward, I can keep progressing from where I've left off. I won that British Title [against Tyrone Nurse] with Haroon, had an amazing night in Leeds last year, but on to bigger and better things," said 'El Gato'.
Moore's stable is thriving at the moment, with the Salford-based trainer working with Carl Frampton, Rocky Fielding, Martin Murray, Tommy Coyle and more.
Catterall is confident the packed gym is the right place for him: "I enjoy that. I like to keep quiet, I like to mind my own business and get down to the hard work. Like you said, there's a lot of characters in this gym now. I've been in the gym for two weeks with Jamie. I feel like I've already made small improvements, picking up things off other fighters.
"Having Jamie in the gym as well, from his experience as a fighter and a trainer, it's been really good. A happy fighter is a dangerous fighter. It's well organised. I think there's 10 professional fighters now, but everyone's split up. Everyone gets their individual time to get their work done," he added.
Also on episode 12 of the BoxNation Podcast, Zolani Tete has a message for Ryan Burnett, Ricky Hatton discusses the return of Tyson Fury and Daniel Dubois talks about his upcoming fight at York Hall.