David Price targets Tyson Fury bout

David Price of England poses with the belts following his British & Commonwealth Heavyweight title fight against Matt Skelton of England at Aintree Racecourse on November 30, 2012
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David Price believes that he can fight the loser of Tyson Fury against David Haye.

British heavyweight David Price is planning a fight with Tyson Fury as he looks to rebuild his career.

The 30-year-old suffered back-to-back defeats against Tony Thompson this year to leave many questioning his credentials.

Price, though, is confident that he can still win a world title and wants to fight the loser of Tyson Fury's match against David Haye, which he believes will be the former.

"I think it is realistic for me to fight the loser of Tyson Fury-David Haye given the position I'm in," Price told reporters.

"In my opinion the loser will be Tyson Fury and me against him is the fight people have wanted to see for a long time.

"I had great momentum coming into the year but no one could have foreseen what has happened. The heavyweight division is wide open. Below the Klitschko's there are lots of opportunities, especially in this country."

Fury against Haye was originally scheduled for tonight, but the latter withdrew after a cut in training, meaning it has had to be postponed until early next year.