Kell Brook makes a third defence of his IBF world welterweight title on Saturday but is already talking about bigger fights against the likes of Danny Garcia later this year.
Brook (35-0, 24 KOs), who faces Canadian Kevin Bizier (25-2, 17 KOs) at the Sheffield Arena this weekend, has put rival world champion Garcia top of his hit list after failing to land a money-spinning fight with British rival Amir Khan.
"For this year I would love the Garcia fight more than any other. I love that green WBC belt he has got, it would look great on my mantelpiece. I know I can beat him," Brook told ESPN.
"I can beat all the other welterweights in the top 10 but Garcia knocked out Khan and I would like to put him in his place and show I can beat the man that beat Khan.
"There are big names in the welterweight division like Garcia, the winner of Tim Bradley-Manny Pacquiao, Keith Thurman, Jess Vargas -- they are the ones I'm focusing on after my next fight and none other. I want the exciting fights that bring belts and are all action."
Brook, 29, had been calling for Khan to fight him at Wembley Stadium this summer and promoter Eddie Hearn thought he was on the brink of making the deal.
But Khan decided to instead step up two weight divisions and challenge Mexican Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez for his WBC middleweight title on May 7, leaving Brook to rethink his options.
With the collapse of a clash happening against Khan, interest in Brook's next fight against mandatory challenger Bizier has dipped. But Brook believes victory over Bizier will lead to bigger names in the division: WBC champion Garcia (32-0, 18 KOs), WBA title-holder Keith Thurman (26-0, 22 KOs), new WBO king Vargas (27-1, 10 KOs) or the winner of Pacquiao (57-6-2, 38 KOs) versus Bradley (33-1-1, 13 KOs).
He said: "I want nothing but momentous fights after this one, and I want fans scrambling for tickets. I want people to not know what's going to happen and I accept I will have to go to America for some of those fights.
"I've always wanted to fight in New York at Madison Square Garden and at the MGM in Las Vegas now it's become so important. I would love to fight in America and I'm going to listen to my team and whatever is best move for us.
"I know what to expect and I know what I'm capable of: I'm a force to be reckoned with. If I have to go to America, I will do that, and I've done it before when I went over to beat Porter for the title.
"I need to take this fight, the IBF are very strict on their mandatories, but I intend to look very good in defending my world title. And then as soon as that fight has ended I'm going to be on to the next one and that's going to be a real big one."
Brook still hopes British rival Khan can be convinced to face him, although admits he will have to wait for the opportunity now until summer 2017.
"I still think the fight with Khan will happen because it's so clear that it makes sense, it's such a big fight that fans still want," Brook said.
"There's a rivalry there and there's one or positions between us in the world rankings. It could be a massive money spinning fight, it's the biggest fight out there for both of us, fans are crying out for it, so I still think it will eventually happen.
"You could do it at a different arena but I would love Wembley Stadium, and if it was going to be there it would have to be next summer now."
Brook does not give Khan, from Bolton, much chance against Alvarez and expects him to then resume his career back at welterweight. "I only see one winner -- and that's Canelo," Brook added. "There were no other opponents for Amir at welterweight to fight because he knows if he fights me he's finished so he's jumped up two weight divisions.
"Everyone expects him to lose to Canelo, and when it happens he can move back down to welterweight and say he has unfinished business and this is his natural weight. He can't lose, where as if he had fought me this summer he knows his career would have been finished because I will beat him."