Olympic champion Anthony Joshua has insisted that he has noticed improvements in his skills while preparing for his professional boxing debut next month.
The British heavyweight recently made the decision to move from the amateur ranks, and the London 2012 super-heavyweight champion has revealed that he is happy with the progress that he has made during his training camp.
The 23-year-old told Sky Sports News: "I'm really happy with what's going on. I'm having more one-on-one time in the gym and doing longer rounds.
"I'm starting with a six rounder next month and I am noticing the changes in training already.
"Eddie Hearn's doing his job to promote me, guide me and to make me a world champion. I'm going to do my job and stay focused and disciplined and win all my fights."
Joshua's opponent for the October 5 fight will be named within the next couple of weeks.