"Amir Khan is a solid, good competitor, he's a good fighter," the Daily Mail quotes Mayweather as saying. "We don't know who I'm fighting right now, we don't really know.
"I'm not rushing. If that fight happened to come my way then we'll make it happen. But Amir Khan's a good fighter, of course. I mean I think when Amir Khan was an amateur, I was champion. And then when Amir Khan turned pro and got knocked out, I was champion.
"Then when Amir Khan got knocked out again I was champion. And then when he lost his belt again I'm still champion and I'm still right here."
Victory at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas saw Mayweather extend his professional career record to 47-0.