LIAM CAMERON hopes to dispose of his opponent on Saturday night - and move on to the likes of Chris Eubank Junior.
The Sheffield middleweight boxes Beverley’s Harry Matthews, 24, at the Octagon, his first fight since June.
“I’ve boxed him before (March; six rounder points win) and beat him fairly easily” said Cameron. “I have got to believe in myself to get to the top and Saturday will see how I have come on since I joined the Ingle gym.
“After I have beaten Matthews, I will be looking to go on to bigger things.”
Cameron, 22, has an eye on unbeaten Eubank.
“He’s not a puncher, just a good boxer who has come on in leaps and bounds. His self belief is unbelievable but I don’t like his attitude; how he handles himself, his lack of respect for opponents. He seems arrogant.”