Jon Jones is unsure what the rest of his MMA career holds, but he is confident he'll tackle anything that is thrown at him.
The American made a successful return to the sport at a low-key event in Portland – Submission Underground 2 – where he forced a submission out of Dan Henderson.
As for what's next, the former UFC light heavyweight champion revealed he still has to make up his mind.
"I don't really have much of an idea of what I want," quipped the 29-year-old, who was stripped of his title following his connection with a hit-and run incident.
"I believe I’m in the best in the world, and well, if you say you're the best, then why not go for what's yours and go for the title? I really will have to talk with my coaches to see what they feel is best for me.
"I'll continue to train into July, and when the conversation comes with Ari (Emanuel) who I'll be fighting, I'll talk with my coaches and we'll all see where I'm at, and see if it's best for me to go for what’s mine."