Tyson Fury has already told his promoter Frank Warren to find him a "bigger opponent" for his next fight in Belfast on August 18.
The 29-year-old cruised his way to a victory in his first ring appearance in 31 months, as Fury beat Sefer Seferi over just four rounds on Saturday night.
The Manchester-born boxer fired heavy shots in the final round to force Seferi to quit, and Fury has revealed his intentions to take it up a notch in two months' time.
"I want someone big, not small ones," Fury told The Telegraph.
"I had a little dance under the lights. It was a bit of a loosener back. A couple more fights and I will be ready. If I am brutally honest, I could have done him in the first 10 seconds. But what good would that have done me?"
Tony Bellew has been named as a potential opponent for Fury later this year.