The Nottingham super-middleweight is looking to avenge his first professional defeat when he collides with the 'Viking Warrior' at the O2 Arena on Saturday, May 25.
Froch believes that his pre-fight regime, devised by long-time trainer Robert McCracken, is building at the right pace and helping shape his mindset for a career-defining fight.
He said: "I am exactly where I want to be with May 25 beginning to come into view.
"I am getting that tingle in my hands and down my spine now, I know that feeling well and it means that I'm ready to fight. It is such a huge occasion for me but it's nights like this where I thrive and stand up to be counted.
"I feel like everything is clicking in training and sparring has been fantastic, I couldn't ask to be in a better place than I am right now."