AMIR Khan says he is determined to win another world title and is willing to be patient to ensure his next fight is a blockbuster opponent.

Ex-unified world champion Khan’s last fight was in May 2016 when he challenged Mexico’s Saul Alvarez for the WBC middleweight title but lost in six rounds.

He then had surgery on a longstanding hand injury before a four-month training camp stateside.

He is now back in Bolton but keen to return to the ring in autumn.

The 30-year-old boxer said: “I’ve just arrived back in the UK after spending nearly four months in training camp in San Francisco.

“Training with Virgil Hunter and Tony Brady has gone great and I’ve had the chance to work and focus on a lot of things that I wanted to.

“I’ve been able to see how my hand has responded in camp since my operation on it late last year.

“It’s felt very good and I’ve not had any problems with it, which I’m pleased about.

“I’m now looking to get a bigger fight after Ramadan.

“I’ve spoke with Al Haymon and there are several big fights out there which we’re working on.

“I want to give fans the biggest and most meaningful fights rather than just any opponent. I’m feeling good and my aim and focus is to win another world title. I look forward to announcing some big news soon.”