On Saturday night, Josh Warrington secured mandatory status for Lee Selby's IBF World Title by stopping Dennis Ceylan in the 10th round.
That impressive victory took his record to 26-0. The Leeds Warrior wants to face Selby at Elland Road, home of his beloved Leeds United, but insisted he would be happy to travel if necessary.
"People say I don't like travelling. I've had 16 fights on the road. I won the English Title away from home, the Commonwealth Title away from home," he told iFL TV after the win.
"If we had to go down to Wales, or travel over to Ireland to fight someone like Carl Frampton, or go the States, the fans would travel with me."
Heading into the fight, Warrington knew a win would secure a long-awaited bout with Selby, who has held the IBF Featherweight crown since May 2015. Selby tweeted "easy work" during the fight.
"There was a lot of pressure on this one," he explained. "Everyone just expected me to walk through this guy, buy this guy's been offered a massive opportunity. I weren't boxing like I should've done, I was a bit wild.
"I was getting frustrated with myself. When my dad gave me a b*llocking that I needed I settled down and did what I needed to do."
Ceylan made a good start to Saturday's bout at the FD Arena, but Warrington was beginning to grind down the Dane before halting him in the championship rounds.
Warrington is not concerned by some comments that he lacks power: "I think in the last nine fights, five of them have come via stoppage [five of last 10]. I'm hurting these guys. I know I hurt them. 'Featherfists'? If I get a World Title it doesn't matter to me," he added.