As the boxing world awaits just what will be next for Terence Crawford at this stage in his career, he is aspiring to feature in two potential mega fights.

Crawford took some time to speak to Shawn Porter on “The Porter Way Podcast,” where he revealed that he is eyeing wins over Errol Spence Jr. and Jermell Charlo up next.

“Once I beat Spence, if [Jermell] Charlo don’t move up, I’m coming for him,” Crawford said.

“I didn’t see the [Jermell vs. Brian Castano] fight, but I heard he won by a tenth-round knockout. Congratulations to Charlo, but he on my hit list. … I got two people on my hit list. Jermell and Spence. Spence first.”

The wait continues for just when Crawford and Spence will put pen to paper on what would be an undisputed clash at welterweight. Crawford is the holder of the WBO welterweight belt, while Spence is the reigning WBA (Super), WBC and IBF champion at 147.

Spence did note ahead of Charlo’s second bout against Brian Castano that he is confident a fight with Crawford will end up coming to fruition.

Charlo took care of business last Saturday, defeating Castano to become the undisputed four-belt champion at 154. It remains to be seen whether he would consider staying put at junior middleweight in order to wait for a possible blockbuster clash with Crawford.

Multiple high-profile fights sure can be made just from among this trio.