Haye lost to Klitschko on points in 2011 before claiming after the bout that he had been hampered by a broken toe, but the former two-weight world titlist believes that he could defeat the younger of the two Ukrainian siblings if 'all guns were firing'.
The 33-year-old is quoted by Gulf News as saying: "To get back into the ring with Wladimir would be a dream could true for me because I know that I can be the guy were all guns are firing.
"It's one thing saying it and another thing doing it, but I'm willing to walk the walk. There's no doubt that I have a few wrongs to right, and I'm currently on my mission."
Haye, who hasn't fought since stopping Dereck Chisora inside five rounds in July 2012, could make his return to the ring later this year if he recovers from a serious shoulder injury.