Daniel Dubois, who recently captured the WBA's interim-heavyweight title last week, is now focused on capturing a full world title and then wants a revenge rematch with Olympic silver medal winner Joe Joyce.
Last Friday, Dubois demolished Bogdan Dinu in two rounds for the WBA trinket.
He is now in position to face WBA "regular" champion Trevor Bryan in a mandatory contest.
It was Dubois' first fight since getting stopped by Joyce in November 2020.
In that contest, Dubois suffered a fractured orbital bone. During the tenth round, he went down to a knee when his vision became impaired - and allowed the referee to count him out.
"I'm very confident in myself," Dubois told Sky Sports' Toe 2 Toe podcast.
"I believe now with a bit of help from [new trainer] Shane [McGuigan], the team that he has, and what I've already got and what I've already been doing, the way I train, I've got a great chance of winning a world heavyweight title. But I'm ready to pick a way again and start fighting whoever they put in front of me.
If he got the opportunity to do it again, Dubois believes that he will get revenge by beating Joyce.
He intends to make a lot of adjustments, and several stylistic corrections, to pull off the win.
"I know I could definitely beat him [Joyce] with some different changes and doing things a little bit differently," he told Sky Sports.
"I know that with a bit more experience and just using my tools properly that I have, going about it the right way, I can definitely beat him.
"I definitely want to get revenge and that's part of the comeback. I've got to right the wrongs and just get rid of my errors and my mistakes and hopefully clear it up again with Joe."