Chris Eubank Junior has set his sights on more world titles after his destruction of bitter rival James DeGale.

Brighton’s Eubank Jr had fellow Brit DeGale down twice as he claimed a unanimous points decision and the IBO world super-middleweight title for the second time at the O2 Arena in London.

The victory pushed former two-time IBF world champion DeGale, 33, to the brink of retirement but Eubank Jr is determined to back up his stunning victory by going after more titles - and he does not mind which weight it is at.

Eubank Jr said: “I’d like a little break and then straight back on it.

“I want to challenge for world titles, fight the big names and whether that is in the middleweight or super-middleweight division, I am not really too bothered.

“I can make both weights; whatever’s put in front of me, whatever the best route is, I will take.”

Callum Smith holds the WBA super-middleweight belt, Gilberto Ramirez the WBO crown and Caleb Plant the IBF title while long-time rival Billy Joe Saunders has also moved up to the division.

But Eubank Jr is not singling out names.

He warned: “Anyone who has a belt is on the radar.”

The fight was untidy at times.

Eubank Jr said: “James’ whole style, his presence and the way he is built is very awkward.

“I am sure it looked a little bit ugly in certain areas just from the fact he is a slick, awkward southpaw and it’s very hard to pin a man like that down and get off shots.

“I just had to drag him into the trenches and stay on him.”