Olympic silver medal winner Joe Joyce is still now regrouping in the wake of his disastrous 2023.

The huge heavyweight suffered back-to-back stoppage losses at the hands of Chinese giant Zhilei Zhang.

In the first encounter, the bout was stopped by a ringside physician after Joyce's right eye was swollen shut. The rematch was more of a one-sided encounter with Joyce being brutally knocked out in the third round.

Now Joyce is looking to return in the month of March, with a lot of options out there. The target is to have at least two to three fights by the end of the year.

The British fighter has decided to make some changes to his team and also made adjustments with the way his training camp will run.

"It’s water over the bridge after my defeat against Zhang now and I’m looking at steps ahead and Zhang meanwhile can continue what he’s doing and I aim to get back into the ring in March for an easier fight and then once I get back in there and if I win, then I’ll come for these big heavyweight fights," Joyce said to Betway.

"I would fight anyone of them in Daniel Dubois, Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Joseph Parker. There’s a lot of interesting fights out there these days, especially with what is happening in Saudi – there’s plenty of great fights but I need to get comfortable winning again and then go for a big test.

"Officially camp starts on January 8th and with small changes (in the team) as I’ll do my camp here (in England) so I won’t need to go to Las Vegas this time. There’ll be Steve Broughton heading the boxing training, and possibly another trainer for the strength and conditioning. I think I will have two or three fights this year."