Anthony Joshua has a hitlist of boxers he intends to face one by one, with Wladimir Klitschko top of the pack.
The Brit will be defending his IBF title for the third time against Klitschko, April 29. And a successful defence will open doors for the young boxer.
Joshua is looking to build his fan base in America and is looking to fight Deontay Wilder after Klitschko.
The Wilder fight is a case of “not if, just when”, according to Joshua, who told Sky Sports News HQ: “I’m jumping at Klitschko, and when that’s out of the way I’m going to be knocking at doors.
“It’s an honour to be going to America to do the press conference, to get my name bubbling out there quietly so when the opportunity comes people will know who I am and what I’m about.”
Joshua has domestic targets in mind, too, though, and he said: “There are some nice names in the division.
“I can’t wait for Tyson Fury to get back, for David Haye to deal with Tony Bellew or Bellew to deal with Haye. Klitschko, Wilder, Joseph Parker – those names are the key names for me.
“I’ve got them all pinned up somewhere and I’m just going to pluck them off one by one.”
First things first, though, and Joshua’s training camp for Klitschko will begin on February 6.
“What’s interesting is the unknown,” he said. “Klitschko’s got a great fanbase and people who believe in him, and so have I. That’s why people are tuning in.”