Tyson Fury has set his sights on David Price and Klitschko brothers after he saw off the challenge of Kevin Johnson on Saturday night.
Fury extended his unbeaten run to 20 fights after claiming a unanimous decision win over former world title challenger Johnson in Belfast on Saturday.
The number three ranked fighter could have a shout at the heavyweight world title next, but his promoter Mick Hennessy says he is prepared to put that on hold in order to take on British rival Price.
"We asked David Price to step forward if he wants this fight because Tyson's in the driving seat," he told The Daily Telegraph. "He was quite vocal after two of Tyson's fights. But when we've asked him to step forward now, lo and behold, nothing.
"What Tyson has said - and his entire team agrees - is that we would put a world title fight on hold for David Price if he stepped up to the table. We view Price as still a novice who hasn't really been tested yet. If he's prepared to be sensible, we'll do a proper deal and this fight would happen."
The next WBC eliminator is between Bermane Stiverne and Chris Arreola on January 26 with the winner set to take on Vitaly Klitschko. However, should the Ukrainian decide to quit boxing to take up a career in politics, then Fury is in line to take on either Arreola and Stiverne for the WBC crown.
Hennessy insists the 24-year-old Fury is prepared to tackle Vitali or his brother Wladimir.
"We'll wait to see what Vitali Klitschko decides to do, we have the option of a fight with Wladimir fight, too. Mark my words, Tyson could beat any heavyweight in the world," he said.
He added: "Tyson is up for either of the brothers.
"We've talked about it being somewhere like Man United or at Croke Park. I know from my talks with him they prefer to work with us and do the Tyson fight than any other candidates from the UK at the moment. I know that for sure."