AMIR Khan still has a massive all-British showdown with Kell Brook in his sights – but wants to get his career back on track first.

Bolton's former unified light-welterweight world champion has not been in the ring since a sixth-round knockout defeat to Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez in May 2016.

But he is hoping to be back in action on British shores before the end of the year.

And says once he gets his ring return, he can start thinking about facing long-time rival Brook in a huge War of the Roses against the Sheffield fighter who is also looking to bounce back from successive defeats against Errol Spence Junior and Gennady Golovkin.

Khan told Sky Sports: "For me and Kell Brook at the moment, I think the fight could be bigger if we both get a couple of wins.

"If we get a couple of wins, I think it will be a massive fight.

"It will be a big fight now, but it will be a massive fight if we wait maybe another fight.

"One hundred per cent, I would love that fight."

Khan is hoping for a homecoming bout in Britain in December as he looks to put a difficult period of his personal life behind him.

"A lot has happened in my life, with personal issues and family drama and everything, with the hand operation," said Khan. "I think it's time now where I come back and I shine.

"I'm only 30 years old. People forget how old I am. I'm at the peak of my career now.

"I can't wait to get back into the ring and I want to fight December time.

"I think the next fight might have to be in the UK.

"My home is England and I'm a British fighter. I want to fight in front of my fans in the UK."