Jack Flatley believes a real test of his credentials will bring out the best in him.

The Farnworth super welterweight bids for English title glory against Shropshire’s Craig Morris at the Whites Hotel on Saturday night.

‘Quiet Storm’ is hoping to help make it a big night for Bolton with former gym mate Jack Cullen looking to win the middleweight version of the belt against Jack Sellars.

Flatley and Morris promises to be a treat for fight fans, the former unbeaten in 15 fights with just one draw on his record while the latter has lost just twice in 14 outings and is a former Midlands Area champion.

Morris also gave rising star Scott Fitzgerald a scare live on Sky Sports last September, being ahead on the cards before being stopped in the last round.

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“It’s a good fight,” said Flatley, trained by Alex Matvienko at Elite Boxing.

“That’s what I want though and that brings out the best in me.

“I never take shortcuts and I’ve done everything right.

“Training has gone brilliantly. I’m the fittest I’ve ever been, the strongest ever been.

“It’s a tough fight but everything’s gone smoothly.

“I’m expecting the best that he can bring and that should bring out the best in me.

“Fitzgerald is a good fighter but was losing up until the last round. That shows what a good fighter Craig Morris is .

“I know I’ve got a good test in front of me but I’m ready.”

The English title would be a first belt for the Bolton pair and would likely set up opportunities to feature on big fight nights around the country.

Flatley has come to the end of his deal with promoter Frank Warren and will be looking to impress.

“The English title is prestigious,” said the 24-year-old.

“It’s the first big domestic title and after you’ve got that English title the British title could come at any time and that’s what I want.

“Ideally at the end of this year I want to be fighting for the British title.

“It’s just a path you’ve got to take and I’ve got a big challenge in front of me on Saturday night to win the English.

“There’s nothing stopping me from winning it.”