Scott Quigg targets Carl Frampton super-bantamweight fight

Scott Quigg
Scott Quigg (right) beat Hidenori Otake in Liverpool on Saturday night to take his tally to 30 career wins

Scott Quigg wants to fight Carl Frampton after a unanimous points win over Hidenori Otake saw him defend his WBA super-bantamweight title.

The Bury boxer has defended his belt five times and wants a bout with IBF super-bantamweight champion Frampton.

"Obviously the Carl Frampton fight is the fight everyone wants to see," the 26-year-old told BBC Radio Manchester.

"It's the one I want. There are a lot of big fights out there and they're the fights I want to be in."

Frampton, 27, revealed in September he wanted his next fight to be against Quigg after he beat Kiko Martinez.

Quigg's manager Eddie Hearn revealed the two could come together in a fight in Manchester next March.