The 33-year-old, who is currently unbeaten, is confident that he can challenge Price for his Commonwealth title when he has had a bit more experience.
"If I have a few more fights and if I prepare myself correctly I will have a good chance of beating him," he told Boxingnews24.com. "I'm not silly enough to think I'm unbeatable, but at the same time neither is he.
"Like every well-managed fighter, Price has been tested enough for his skill level at the time and think that he now needs to go up against a big hitter and show that he can also take a hit as well as he can dish one out.
"With a little more experience under my belt, the right fitness, and a good training camp, my power will be too much for him. Either way, it will get people talking, and also shut a few people up."
Browne was originally up for a Commonwealth title eliminator against Richard Towers but it was cancelled after Towers pulled out with an ear problem.