Carl Frampton is hoping and praying that a mega-fight with WBA Featherweight champion Leo Santa Cruz can be made for the summer.
Frampton - who holds the IBF and WBA Super-bantamweight World titles - fancies a shot against Mexican Santa Cruz.
“That’s a fight that’s very appealing to me it’s the weight above me in feather weight - so I would have to move up.
“A dream was always to become a world champion I’ve reached that goal and unified the divison. Another dream is to be a two weight world champion - we set new goals all the time.
“I’m hoping I can bring him (Santa Cruz) here but I don’t think he’ll come.”
And Frampton says he thinks he has at most 10 fights in him before he calls it a day.
“You see boxers who go on that little bit too long and you can see it’s had an effect on them. I don’t plan on doing this for much longer. I probably have maximum another 10 fights.
“I’d like to be out by 33, I don’t want to set a definite age limit on it. If I’m still feeling fit and faculties all in tact - but I wouldn’t like to be doing it much more than 33.”