Tony Bellew says he is at the ‘business end of the deal’ and ready to ‘claim his glory’ as he prepares to fight David Haye at the O2 on Saturday.
The two fighters have made little secret of their dislike for each other in the build-up to the fight, with the pair exchanging angry words at Monday's media conference in Liverpool.
Bellew has now arrived in London and he was in good spirits when he spoke to Sky Sports News HQ reporter Fraser Dainton.
"I'm now here to collect and claim my glory and I will get it on Saturday night," said Bellew.
"I'll enjoy these next few days. I have come to see my brother who lives in London. I will spend a bit of time with family and a few friends and chill.
"I have been here and done it before. I have been to this place many times before. It is a happy stomping ground for me and it will continue to be a happy stomping ground on March 4.
"We are at the business end of the deal. It's as simple as that, business now. It's all about the preparation and getting it right, tapering it off and finishing it now.
"The hard work has been done and we are at the business end now and I can't wait."