Anthony Joshua has denied he is avoiding a fight with fellow heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury.
Joshua was asked about a meeting with his rival following his ninth-round stoppage of Kubrat Pulev earlier this month.
The Brit appeared reluctant to call out Fury, prompting his fellow countryman to claim he was running scared.
But Joshua insists he is ready to agree terms for the biggest fight in boxing since Floyd Mayweather met Manny Pacquiao.
“Whether he really wants it or not. I’m keen,” he told Sky Sports.
“I basically said, ‘If Tyson Fury is the man with the belts, Tyson Fury is the man I want.’ That basically says, ‘I’ll fight anyone who has that belt, there’s no problem with the person.’ I just want to go for the undisputed championship. That’s what I was trying to say that night.