AJ is showing support for Tyson Fury and is confident the reigning world heavyweight champion will return to the ring.
The undefeated British boxer is in danger of losing his titles after reportedly testing positive to cocaine.
Fury’s public statements have become increasingly erratic, with the boxer announcing his retirement on Twitter, but reversing his decision later on.
Joshua is set to take on Klitschko in a possible unification bout.
Joshua, said: “I am sure we will see Tyson Fury back in the ring again.
“Tyson is a fighting man, a real talent and he is good for boxing in his own way. I really hope to see him getting back to what he does best.
“It’s too easy to point the finger because none of us really know what he is going through. What I do know is he is a fighter and all fighters eventually come back.”
Promoter Eddie Hearn has indicated there is a good chance Joshua could face Klitschko before the end of the year – and Joshua insists he would leap at the chance to take on the former champion.
Joshua added: “A year ago I knew I needed more time before I fought a guy like Klitschko but a year has passed and I’m more mature and comfortable with it.
“I feel like this path was laid out for me. I’ve come up and won the belt and with Tyson also winning the belts it opened up the division and has given me the opportunity.
“It’s all about creating the legacy and it’s both an opportunity for me to win another belt and for Klitschko to win his back. It’s the fight everyone wants to see.”