AMIR Khan has revealed he would love to fight on home soil at the University of Bolton Stadium before he calls time on his boxing career.

The 31-year-old former unified world champion steps into the ring on Saturday when he takes on Colombia’s Samuel Vargas in his second fight after two years out.

Ahead of that bout in Birmingham, he said a fight at the home of Bolton Wanderers would be a dream for him as a proud Boltonian.

Khan believes victory against Vargas will set up a likely ‘superfight’, possibly against British rival Kell Brook.

And he wants that to be a big stadium fight, admitting the University of Bolton Stadium could potentially be in the running to stage such a big event.

Khan told The Bolton News: “I want a stadium fight before I finish and why not at Bolton?

“It would be good to fight there. I am from Bolton and support Bolton Wanderers so that would be a dream.

“I think we could get 50,000 fans in there and I would love a big fight to be there.

“I also think it would be good for Bolton as well – it would be good to get fight fans to the town and pack the stadium out.

“There is not much left for me to achieve in my career but a stadium fight is one thing I haven’t done.”