"But until then, I'll leave Adam to it. I'm here relaxing and enjoying myself now."
Haye had been scheduled to fight Wladimir last summer before being scuppered by a back injury.
Talks were then held about an autumn challenge against Vitali until Haye's camp walked away and fought Nikolay Valuev for the WBA belt instead.
Haye, who successfully defended his title for the first time by stopping John Ruiz earlier this month, now hopes blockbuster clashes with the Klitschkos would be too big not to eventually come to fruition.
"You would assume so," he said. "But I'm enjoying my victory at the moment and that is it.
"Adam is meeting their people, I think on Thursday, so there's nothing else to say."
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