British super-middleweight Martin Murray has revealed that he is fully focused on beating WBO champion Arthur Abraham, despite the possibility of a domestic showdown with George Groves.
Groves is one of several fighters who are represented by Sauerland Promotions, including Abraham, who would be in contention to face Murray should he prevail against the champion in Hannover next weekend.
However, despite the chance of a domestic showdown with Groves, Murray has insisted that all of his attention is on trying to dethrone Abraham.
The 33-year-old told Sky Sports News: "I've got obligations with rematches. It's common sense. There's a rematch clause in there but along with Abraham, it's with another three Sauerland fighters, including George Groves and Vincent Feigenbutz. I'm not sure of the other.
"To be honest, I'm not bothered who they are. They could put Mike Tyson in there for all I care. I'm not bothered. I'm just focusing on this fight and on getting a win. The priority is getting the win here, I'm not fussed. Then I'll fight whoever."
Murray has won 32 of his 35 professional outings, with his two defeats and a draw coming in world title bouts.