Callum Johnson is determined to kep his unbeaten run going when he steps into the ring again on Saturday.
The Boston boxer has won all 11 of his bouts since turning pro.
And he wants more of the same as he fights in Leeds this weekend on a card screened by Sky Sports.
“Obviously everybody would like to keep their unbeaten run going forever, but that doesn’t usually happen unless your name’s Floyd Mayweather or Joe Calzaghe.
“But of course I want to keep the run going, I expect it’ll be 12-0 when I’m finished in Leeds.
“I just need to keep winning as every time I do it will take me a step closer to a title fight.”
Johnson (pictured) does not yet know who his opponent will be this weekend.
However, the goal remains the same as always.
“I’m working hard and focusing on winning,” he added.
“I think I’m really close to a British title fight now.
“With a record like mine people have to take notice.
“And the way I’m winning as well - I’m fighting well and I can’t remember the last time I didn’t stop someone.”
Indeed, to date just three of Johnson’s professional bouts have gone the full distance.