BOLTON’S Osman Aslam put in another destructive display to extend his winning professional record to 13-0 in Birmingham and now is aiming for a title shot in 2019.

The 24-year-old stopped Black Country opponent Jack Summers in the third round of their six-round bout after a powerful display.

And speaking exclusively to The Bolton News afterwards, the Halliwell super bantamweight was pleased with his night’s work.

Aslam said: “The gameplan was to start of slowly.

“I worked the jab and then went down to the body.

“I was watching what he did because he was a tricky opponent with a good record.

“When I hurt him, I wanted to jump on him and finish it off.

“I am very proud of my performance.”

Aslam won both rounds prior to the stoppage at Arena Birmingham with good combinations and left-hand jabs.

Summers was put down by a good body shot in the third and did not last much longer.

It was a display that prompted manager Joe Gallagher to label Aslam a ‘mini Amir Khan’ afterwards – something the youngster is proud of.

He added: “To be compared to Amir is a huge compliment.

“Eddie [Hearn, promoter] and Joe both believe in me and I just have to keep on progressing and I will get the title shots I want in 2019.

“I am taking a couple of weeks off and I want to be back in November/December time.”