Former Team GB Flyweight Harvey Horn wants to get a few more fights under his belt before settling his rivalry with Sunny Edwards.
Last December, Horn got his professional career off to a winning start with a stoppage win at the Copper Box before moving to 2-0 in February.
Due to his decorated amateur career, Horn hopes to be moved quickly, as is the case with many boxers in the lower weights.
"We will tend to get pushed on quicker than people at other weights. I'm looking to get pushed on quicker because of my amateur background as well. I've been on the world scene for the past three years," he told the BoxNation Podcast.
ABA champion in 2014, he continued his progression on the boxing scene in 2015, claiming silver at the European Championships in Bulgaria before representing Team GB at the inaugural European Games in Baku later in the year.
"So hopefully I get pushed up, get title fights sooner rather than later, dust up the domestic scene - especially Edwards because he's doing my nut in at the minute."
Edwards, currently 7-0, picked up the WBO European Super-Flyweight belt at the end of 2017 and has been vocal in pursuing a fight with Horn.
Don’t mention my name if you ain’t about it then🤣 As soon as you grow a pair you know where I am 😁— Sunny Edwards (@SunnyEdwards) June 13, 2018
"We were actually pals. I'm not too sure what happened," Horn explained. "I was in the [GB] Podium Squad, he was on the Development Squad. I'd won the Senior ABAs just before him. He won it a year later. He started calling me out then, knowing full well that I couldn't box him because I was on the Podium squad.
"I was looking for international honours and he was sat there calling me out, and that's carried on to the pro ranks. Where he's had a few more [professional] fights than me, he thinks he's ahead of me."
Horn hopes to have three or four bouts before potentially facing his British rival next year, and is hopeful a belt will be up for grabs.
"The fight's going to happen because people want to see it, because they know there's genuine needle there. It will definitely come.
"Start of next year maybe. It would be nice to have something on the line because it's a risky fight really."
Also on Episode 29 of the BoxNation Podcast, Carl Frampton talks about securing a summer showdown at Windsor Park, and Martin Murray gives his take on Saturday's opponent Roberto Garcia.