WBC champion Tyson Fury believes he is untouchable at heavyweight and plans to clean out the division before entertaining any thoughts of retirement.

Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) has a contracted trilogy match with old rival Deontay Wilder, tentatively scheduled for December 19, before a projected two-fight series with WBA Super, WBO and IBF title-holder Anthony Joshua starts in 2021.

But the ‘Gypsy King’ has maintained he won’t be leaving the sport any time soon after those clashes.

“I have as long in this game as I want, there’s nothing out there that can touch me,” Fury told ESPN’s Max Kellerman. “We’ve already seen the most dangerous heavyweight, Wilder, get taken to school once and then brutally knocked out.

“I’ve always said if I can get past Deontay Wilder then it’ll be a long time before there’s anybody else who can come close. 

“Wilder’s always been the most dangerous opponent in the division for me, other than Wladimir Klitschko himself. The rest of those guys, I’m not too concerned about.”

Fury controversially drew with Wilder in December 2018, having appeared to clearly outbox his foe despite suffering two knockdowns, before dropping his rival twice en route to a dominant, seventh-round win in February. Yet the Mancunian is refusing to overlook the heavy-handed American with a unification clash against Joshua looming on the horizon.

“The only thing I’m concentrating on right now is fighting Deontay Wilder for a third time and being victorious in that fight because I never look past any opponent, and especially not one as dangerous as Deontay Wilder,” said Fury.

“He needs the utmost respect because he is a great champion and he is one of the most fierce punchers in boxing. 

“I must fight Deontay Wilder again, I must fight Joshua. I must fight them all. As long as I want to continue, as long as I’m healthy and I’m still alive then I’ll keep boxing and clean up.”