GEORGIE GROVES reckons he will challenge for a title inside 10 fights - because he's got no choice.
The Hammersmith super-middleweight dispatched his latest victim inside a round on Saturday - his second opponent in a month to last no more than a minute.
Sandro Polgar from Hungary got floored after just 15 seconds from a massive Groves right-hand.
And a two-fisted attack when the action resumed saw a hard right-left-right combo knock Polgar's gumshield out of his mouth and across the ring.
The towel from the Budapest native's corner flew in seconds later and improved the west Londoner's pro record to 4-0 in less than 11 rounds of boxing.
But the 21-year-old admitted his explosive style had made a rod for his own back.
Groves said: "There's no point in me fighting people at the bottom of the division; the ones in the middle won't touch me; and the top 10 all want an age to prepare for a fight."
He is now hoping his management company, headed by David Haye, will find a place on the boss's own bill when he takes on Vladimir Klitschko for the heavyweight title on June 20 in Germany.
Groves said: "I think I may have something worthwhile planned for that bill, and I'm going away to prepare.
"I'm also sure I'll have a title chance by my 10th fight - no problems."