Audley Harrison has revealed that he has set his sights on one more fight, and has identified British and Commonwealth champion Tyson Fury as the man he wants to take on.
Harrison has not fought since being stopped in three rounds by David Haye in November 2010.
However, the 40-year-old has insisted that his boxing in career is not over just yet.
"I want to give it one more shot. For me to retire on the David Haye performance, I wouldn't be doing myself justice," he told talkSPORT. "I need to go back to training camp and have one more fight. And hopefully that will be against Tyson Fury, that's who I'm calling out.
"After Fury fights this weekend [against Neven Pajkic], his next fight should be against Audley Harrison so I'm looking forward to me and him getting it on next year.
"If that doesn't happen I'll have to find another route but hopefully we can get it on. In that fight - win, lose or draw - as long as I leave it all in the ring I'll be a happy man."
Harrison won a gold medal at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney.