Cavan Lightweight Andy Murray.
Cavan boxer Andy Murray is looking forward to some big fights, he has revealed.
Speaking to The Irish Daily Mail, Murray admitted that there are "no easy fights" for him and revealed that he plans to travel to the US for future bouts.
Murray was out for 14 months after losing his EBU Lightweight title fight to Gavin Rees but returned recently with a stoppage win in Castlebar.
'It was a long break but that was my own fault, I didn't feel I was right going back before that,' admitted Murray.
'I was down on myself, but once I got back [in the gym] I've tried to get things going again.
'It's a tough time but Brian's been looking after me well ever since I signed up with him. But I know as well as anyone else, there's no easy fights for me out there now.'
Murray is hoping to follow the successful lead of stable-mate Matthew Macklin to the US with a Stateside fight on the horizon for the Cavan fighter.
'Seeing how well some of the Irish lads have done over there, I'd love to do it,' said Murray.
'I was at [Macklin's] fight with Sergio Martinez and he put in a great performance - any time he has been over there he's kept his credibility as a top-class fighter. That's what stood to him and that's why he got his chance a couple of weeks ago and he won in one round.'
'It's going to be make-or-break fights, but anyone [based] in Ireland will have make-or-break fights now because they're not going to get anything easy,' added the 30-year-old.