Boxer Callum Simpson wants to get his hands on a title and a reality TV star in 2022.
The Barnsley town centre man, 25, has moved to five unbeaten in the professional ranks following a third-round stoppage win over Antony Woolery last Friday at Ponds Forge in Sheffield.
It gave the clothes shop manager a third straight stoppage win to further enhance his profile as one to watch in the super-middleweight or light-heavyweight rankings.
He has two big objectives for the new year. One is landing his first professional title and the other is shutting up former Love Island star Idris Virgo, from Birmingham, who is also a boxer.
Simpson said: “A fight with him (Virgo) is one that I would love.
“He is fighting journeymen who have never won and running his mouth all the time. But I am really not bothered about who I fight. I’d like to get some six rounders under my belt and take it from there.
“I am sparring a lot of top names and can honestly say that nobody is getting the better of me.”
Against Wolverhampton’s Woolery, Simpson dominated from the outset, landing heavily to head and body in the first round.
He stepped up the pace further in the second, cutting off the ring for the away man and causing a bump by his left eye.
Left-handed shots hurt Woolery in the third before he was decked by a body shot and spared any further punishment by referee Darren Sarginson 50 seconds in.
Simpson has encountered numerous opponent changes and cancellations.
He is hopeful things will settle down in the new year as he bids to become English champion.
He added: “I can make super-middleweight for a championship fight.
“I will be meeting with my manager (Kevin Maree) between Christmas and New Year to see what’s next.
“This year has not been bad at all, I know some boxers who haven’t boxed at all. I have finished the year off with a bang and regained some of the momentum I was building before the pandemic.
“I know that you don’t need the stoppages but I have definitely wanted them.
“They look good on your record and it’s not about winning, it’s about how you win. I have been going into fights expected to win but I have wanted to put out a statement.”