Kell Brook is still weighing up his options two weeks on from his one-sided win over Amir Khan.
The sixth-round win over Khan gave Brook his biggest victory since beating Shawn Porter for the IBF welterweight title eight years ago.
Despite Brook and Khan appearing to put an end to their bitter feud in the post-fight press conference there has been speculation that Khan may active the rematch clause for a second fight.
Brook, who turns 36 in May, has been linked to some more big-money fights in the UK but is still undecided as to what to do about his future.
“I’m open to conversation for the names and the fights that the fans want,” Brook told Sky Sports. “But I’m still in a position where what do I do? Do I call it a day? With the right chat and the right opponent for me we can fight on. I’m interested in the Eubank [Jr] fight and the Conor Benn fight.
I’m very interested in them fights. They’re big fights. Fights I could definitely get up for and definitely crowd-pleasing fights.”
In recent interviews Eubank Jr insists he will only fight Brook if he comes up to the middleweight limit of 160lbs rather than the 155lbs number that the Sheffield man suggested.
Benn returns to action next month and has said in the past he would be willing to fight Brook if a weight can be agreed on.