Jamie Conlan wants to step it up a gear at the National Stadium in Dublin on November 7.
Even though the Belfast super-flyweight hit the canvas twice on the way to a points win against Junior Granados last time out.
Talented Conlan will headline the Dublin show and he says he does not care who he faces on the night.
“I haven’t even heard a whisper about the opponent.
“We are getting a list from the matchmaker and will go through it then.
“We didn’t have a say last time out, but this time we will have a look and pick out and pick a good opponent.”
And Conlan says he wants to test himself against his latest opponent.
“I want a test. I have said before I don’t want my ego massaged. I am not in boxing for that. I want to be tested physically and mentally.
“Plus I want to put into practice what we have worked on and show I have learnt from my last fight.
“I picked up so much in my last fight and I will not make the same mistakes again.
“I am really looking forward to the challenge and fighting in Dublin again,” he added.