Tyson Fury expects Deontay Wilder to take up the option of a rematch for the WBC heavyweight championship, but he wants fellow Briton Anthony Joshua, if the American declines.
Speaking after his seventh-round TKO victory over Wilder in Las Vegas on Sunday (NZ time), Fury sounded happy to take on either man.
"I had a great and worthy dance partner in Deontay Wilder, and I'm sure we're going to do it again," Fury told Behind The Gloves at the MGM Grand Arena.
"If Deontay don't want the rematch, then let's go AJ," Fury added, referring to Joshua.
Fury (30-0-1) retained his lineal crown and took the WBC title from Wilder (42-1-1), while Joshua holds the IBF, WBO and WBO belts.
A fight between the pair would unify the division, but the mouthwatering, all-British match-up might have to wait for a Fury-Wilder trilogy to be completed.
Wilder now has 30 days to decide whether he'll exercise his option of a third fight with the 'Gypsy King' - the first of which ended in a split draw in 2018.
As impressive as Fury's performance was on Sunday, he said it did not compare to his 2015 takedown of Wladimir Klitschko.
"Nothing will ever be bigger than my Wladimir Klitschko win, because that was my first championship ring," Fury said.
"I was 7/1 underdog, when I beat Klitschko in Germany. Tonight, people expected me to win - it was a 50-50 fight going in."