Devin Haney has his next opponent in mind.

Although the scorecards were controversial, Haney remains the undisputed lightweight champion following a razor-thin unanimous decision win over Vasiliy Lomachenko last month.

He was expected to remain at lightweight to only face either Shakur Stevenson or Gervonta Davis next.

However, that no longer seems to be the case according to Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn who revealed that Haney wants to move up and challenge Regis Prograis for his WBC super lightweight title.

“He called me the other night. He wants to fight Regis Prograis,” Hearn said on  the DAZN Boxing Show (via BoxingNews24). “He wants to move up to 140. He wants a belt. I said to him that he’s got to be a little bit careful because part of his value is he’s undisputed.

“So when he moves up a division, that’s the risk he takes from there.”

It could definitely happen as Prograis is open to the matchup as well.

“But he’s [Haney] identified Regis Prograis as the fight that he wants. Regis loves the fight,” Hearn added. “He has [Danielito] Zorrilla first on June 17th. He’s got to smash him to pieces. He’s got to shout out Devin Haney.

“We’ve got to get those guys together and get the right number for both guys, and I believe we can make that happen.”

While it's not the fight everyone expected or wanted for Devin Haney next just yet, it's still a great fight as Prograis is one of the best 140-pounders in the world.

However, it will also leave question marks for the lightweight division at the same time.