British heavyweight boxer David Haye has revealed he only plans to enter the ring once more - and that's to fight WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko.
The Hayemaker claims he has plans to come out of retirement and attempt to take back his world title from the Ukrainian, following a successful outcome of his eagerly awaited bout with Dereck Chisora last year.
“After my little scuffle with Chisora at the press conference, Vitali’s agent said if win the fight, the winner will fight Vitali,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show.
“So I did that, I knocked him [Chisora] out and I did a lot better than Vitali did. I knocked him out in five rounds and Vitali beat him in 12 rounds on points.
“There is a lot of talk from Germany that Vitali is not going to retire and that he’s maybe going to have one last big fight.
“If he’s going to have one last big fight - unless it’s against his brother, which he said it isn’t going to be - then, in my opinion, it's going to be against me."
When asked whether he would be interested in fighting other leading heavyweights Tyson Fury and David Price, Haye simply replied: “No. there’s zero percent [of that happening].
“I’ve only got one more fight in my mind and that’s Vitali Klitschko for the heavyweight championship of the world.
“I’m looking at knocking out Vitali Klitschko and regaining the heavyweight championship of the world, that’s the only thing on my mind.”