Olympic bronze medal winner David Price would like to see an all-British showdown between WBC world champion Tyson Fury and top challenger Dillian Whyte.

Earlier this month at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Fury secured a sensational knockout of Deontay Wilder in the eleventh round of their trilogy fight.

Fury has been fighting in the United States since the fall of 2018.

His handlers believe the moment is right for a potential homecoming event in the UK.

A perfect opponent for a homecoming event would be WBC interim-champion Dillian Whyte - should he defeat Otto Wallin on October 30 at the 02 Arena in London.

Price would like to see that contest come off next year.

“I wouldn’t rule out or write off the Dillian Whyte fight for a couple of reasons," Price explained to Talk Sport.

“Number one, Dillian Whyte would be a worthy opponent because of the position he has got himself in. The knockout loss to Povektin, he got straight back in, put it right the best way possible. Apart from that, he has had other good wins while he was the mandatory contenders. He’s not been treading water, he’s got in with big names, potential banana skins and come through them.

“I think the other reason is that Tyson Fury deserves a good homecoming fight and where better to do it than a domestic opponent who also has a name in his own right? I think it is the one that makes sense because everyone else is tied up for the time being and obviously, Fury is going to need a bit of time out after that fight. Maybe in spring or summer, somebody can put him and Whyte in a stadium, I think that is the homecoming that he deserves.”