"I felt really strong but my future still lies at super-featherweight," he said.
"I can still make the weight comfortably enough but I'm going to get a proper nutritionist on board and a strength and conditioning coach and go from there - I'm back to defending my Commonwealth next, I think.
"Winning that lightweight title just opens up other avenues and if I get offered a fight I fancy at lightweight, I can do that as well.
"It just gives me opportunities for more work, really - I can jiggle between the two.
"At some point I'll have to go up to lightweight but the close future definitely lies at super-featherweight."
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