Joe Calzaghe is being lined up to fight American legend Roy Jones Jr in July.
Joe Calzaghe and his father and trainer Enzo
Calzaghe's stock has rocketed following his masterful points win over Jeff Lacy in Manchester on Sunday morning and he now has a raft of lucrative options.
"We are looking at July next and the ideal opponent would be Roy Jones," said Calzaghe's promoter Frank Warren. "I am sure Joe would do a job on him.
"But Joe will take a break and we'll talk to the TV companies because Joe's reputation has risen significantly."
The IBF and WBO super middleweight champion's biggest decision is whether to remain at 12 stone and attempt to unify the remaining two portions of the title or move up to the more lucrative light heavyweight division.
Neither of the other two super middleweight champions, Mikkel Kessler or Markus Beyer, are big names in America, while Jones is big box office.
Jones, 37, is a four-weight world champion but has lost his last three fights, twice to former light heavyweight king Antonio Tarver.
Tarver has also been mentioned as a possible opponent, but he is set to fight former undisputed middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins in June.
Another possible opponent is Sheffield's IBF light heavyweight champion Clinton Woods, who has been angling for a match with Calzaghe for some time.
Warren said: "Clinton Woods would be a decent fight but it would be difficult to make and it might also be seen as a step backwards for Joe by those in the United States.
"The same goes for the other super middleweight champions which is why light heavyweight might represent Joe's future and why Roy Jones is a fight I would make in a flash."