Kell Brook is eyeing money-spinning bouts with Floyd Mayweather and Amir Khan after winning the IBF welterweight title with a points victory over Shawn Porter.
The 28 year old survived a cut to his left eye in round two to prevail via a split decision in California to become the latest British world champion.
And Brook has wasted little time looking to the future, and following a long war of words with Khan is targeting a series of huge fights starting with fellow unbeaten fighter Mayweather.
"You're going to see me in some mega, mega fights," he claimed. "I am the world champion now everyone will want to fight me. Keith Furman, Floyd Mayweather; all the top fighters are watching this now and I welcome those fights,.
"I think Amir Khan can get in the queue now. I am the top dog in England. Everyone wrote me off at home, everyone thought I'd get knocked out by Shawn Porter and I've come over here and I beat him.
"Listen, the British public want to see it [a fight with Khan]," Brook added to Sky Sports.
"He will probably start saying something else now, that I need to win another world title. But believe me 'Queen' Khan is getting it. He's been putting things on Twitter, bless him, and he's been putting in 'best of luck', but I know he doesn't like me.
"The fact is he is going to get it. I know he's back there in the studio watching: listen, you're getting it next boy. I am the champion of the world."
Khan has continued to resist a meeting with Brook, with the Brit himself aiming for a meeting with Mayweather Jr or Filipino Manny Pacquiao but the 28 year old admits he would now consider a bout in a stadium show similar to Carl Froch and George Groves' rematch at Wembley Stadium.
"It can definitely happen," Khan said. "Kell has proven himself, he's boxed really well. A lot of people thought Shawn could take this fight but I believed Kell could do this fight. I wanted him to go into a world title fight make a name for himself and the fight will be even bigger.
"He's earned his shot, he put on a great performance and I am sure in the next couple of months there will no doubt be negotiations and talks about the fight.
"One-hundred percent [it can be a stadium fight similar to Froch v Groves at Wembley Stadium] there has been lots of talk on my Twitter page and everywhere you go everyone is talking about this fight.
"It will be a huge fight and a stadium will definitely sell this. Wembley Stadium would be amazing.
"There has been so much talk about the fight happening before Kell was world champion and when I was world champion. Both of us are big enough to make this fight a huge fight.
"The boxing crowd would want to see that fight and American TV would be interested in a fight like this. It's a fight I am not shying away from anything. I've got nothing against him, he's proved himself and I respect that. The fight between me and him can happen and I think it is realistically quite close."