Liverpool's Tony Bellew has set his sights on a third shot at a world title after beating Ivica Bacurin on Friday.
In front of a home crowd at the Echo Arena, Bellew floored the Croatian cruiserweight three times before the stoppage in the 10th round.
The 32-year-old cruiserweight has now been lined up as a possible opponent for current IBF holder Yoan Pablo Hernandez.
"I am ready for a world title shot," said Bellew.
"Eddie Hearn [promoter] has delivered on every word he has said from day one and I believe that he will bring me that shot."
Hearn added: "We want the winner of the IBF title fight in July and we'll look to get him in there for that belt in October or November - it has to be a world title next for Tony."