Welsh boxer Nathan Cleverly has warned his rivals to fight him sooner rather than later because he is 'nowhere near his peak'.
However, while the 25-year-old insists that there is no rush to compete in big fights, he has warned his rivals that he is only going to become a better fighter.
Cleverly told BBC Sport Wales: "I'm still quite a long way off my prime. There's no rush into these big fights even though I would fight them now and we've tried to make these fights.
"I can take it as a positive because there's a reason why these fighters don't want to fight you and that's because I'm difficult to beat.
"I'm unbeaten and when I'm mentally focused 100% I'm going to be very, very difficult to beat."
The WBO light-heavyweight champion's next fight is against Ukrainian Vyacheslav Uzelkov in Cardiff on October 27.