Ogogo beat Gary Boulden on Saturday to secure the third consecutive win of his professional career.
He is looking forward to training with Hopkins after being invited to Philadelphia by the 48-year-old.
"It will be a bit of a dream come true," Ogogo told BBC Sport.
"Bernard wants me to go over there and do a bit of training with him and wow, what and opportunity that is.
"He's one of the greatest fighters of our generation. If he can teach me an ounce of what he's got in his head, I'll come back a twice better boxer."
Hopkins was the first man to unify all four major world titles after beating Oscar de la Hoya in 2004, and became the oldest world champion ever when he won the IBF light-heavyweight title in March.