JACK Cullen remains fired up for a clash with Irish star Jason Quigley that could take place in the unlikely surroundings of promoter Eddie Hearn’s back garden in Essex.

Little Lever’s Meat Cleaver was pencilled in to face Quigley at the Manchester Arena on the undercard of Dillian Whyte’s big heavyweight clash with Alexander Povetkin.

While that card has been shelved, Hearn has however announced his ‘Fight Camp’ plans that will see a number of events take place in the grounds of Matchroom’s HQ at a mansion n Brentwood, as boxing returns under strict guidelines behind closed doors.

Quigley has since told the Irish media that he is expecting to be on one of the cards against Bolton’s former English middleweight champion in August.

“It would be nice, I won’t say no to any fight,” said Cullen, who has lost just two of 20 fights as a professional.

“It got talked about a bit ago after my last fight and then he’s come out and said the fight is on.

“That’s the first I’ve heard of it but I’m more than ready for it. August is bang on for me.

“I’ll fight anybody as long as I’ve got enough time. I’ll get in the ring with anyone.”

Quigley has spent large parts of his career in the United States with the former amateur star winning 18 of 19 fights in the paid ranks.

“When we got told about him I sat down and watched some of his fights and he’s beatable,” Cullen told VIP Boxing.

“Tommy’s (Battel, trainer) confident as well. We thought he might have been my last fight (victory over Tomas Reynoso on March 7) so we were going to be ready for him then.

“We’ve almost already done a training camp for him and I was more than ready for him.

“It’s going to be a brilliant fight because both of us are going in there to win.”