AMIR Khan thinks new trainer Jorge Rubio can make him untouchable.

The Bolton sensation takes on Columbian Breidis Prescott at Manchester’s MEN Arena tomorrow night.

It is Khan’s first fight since teaming up with the Cuban – and he already believes he is reaping the rewards of the new partnership.

And, under Rubio’s guidance, the 21-year-old ace feels he is only a couple of fights away from greatness.

“Jorge has taught me so much in eight weeks, I know in two or three fights I will be untouchable,” he said. “He’s teaching me so much, and I’m a fast learner and pick things up a lot more quickly than most fighters.

“Once I stop making the stupid little mistakes and get more fights under my belt, I can be perfect.”

Unbeaten Khan chose the relatively unknown Rubio to help him in his bid to become a world champion ahead of some of the biggest names in the sport, including Ricky Hatton’s new trainer, Floyd Mayweather Snr, and Freddie Roach.

But the first thing the Miami-based coach did was target the Commonwealth king’s flaws, especially the defensive shortcomings which have been evident in his burgeoning 18-fight career.

“Jorge straight away picked up on the bad points and told me what I needed to sort out, and that’s what we’ve been working on,” he said.

“I knew I wasn’t the finished article and that I was making mistakes, but I never had a coach who could tell me the mistakes I was making.”

And Khan was forced to learn the hard way – and has the bruises to prove it.

“Jorge hits me hard and I’ve got a few grazes,” he explained.

“In training I’d throw a jab and, if my hands were too low, he’d whack me over the pads and say ‘What the hell are you doing? Keep your hands up’.

The fight is scheduled to start at 11pm and will be televised on pay-per-view Sky Box Office.