WBA, WBO, IBF, WBC junior welterweight champion Josh Taylor is certainly motivated to become a two-division beltholder in the future.
Taylor (18-0, 13 KOs) unified the entire junior welterweight division back in May, when he scored two knockdowns to pull off a twelve round unanimous decision over unbeaten Jose Ramirez in Las Vegas.
The next move is a likely mandatory title defense against Jack Catterall - which may come on home soil.
But the big future move is a jump in weight to 147-pounds to chase down another world title.
And the big fight for Taylor at the weight is a showdown with WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford.
Both fighters are promoted by Top Rank.
Crawford has had issues with securing top level opponents - as the majority of the top welterweight names are competing under promotional rival Premier Boxing Champions.
Crawford has been in active since November of last year, when he stopped former world champion Kell Brook in four rounds.
In a recent interview, Top Rank's CEO Bob Arum explained that he wants to stage Crawford vs. Taylor in 2022 - possibly in a stadium in the UK.
Even before he faced Ramirez, Taylor had the goal of becoming a world champion in two weight divisions.
"I had that motivation there before the fight," Taylor said to Daily Mail. "I do a thing: manifesting stuff, writing things down. New goals. Even before the (Ramirez) fight, I was writing down on bits of paper: Josh Taylor, two-weight world champion. That’s my next goal, I want to move up to 147 and maybe challenge for greatness. Real greatness.
"I’ve always written down my targets and goals: Josh Taylor, gold medal here, wherever. I’ve always written it down and believed it… some of them (I’ve kept), I think my mum and dad have kept a couple over the years."