BURY boxer Scott Quigg steps back into the ring on April 26 targeting a world title showdown with Tevin Farmer.

The 30-year-old faces Puerto Rican Jayson Velez in Los Angeles still itching for the chance to become a two-weight world champion, and his clash in his now home base city will be the second step in adding super-featherweight glory to his reign as WBA super-bantamweight king.

Quigg delivered a knockout win on his bow at 130lb in Boston in October in the second round over Mario Briones and he hopes another win will set up a clash with Philadelphia ace Farmer.

“These are the cards I want to be on,” said Quigg.

“It’s a great chance for me to make a big statement with the attention on the bill.

“I want to be a world champion again so I need to show people I mean business.

“Jayson is a solid fighter who is coming off some good wins so it’s a good test and one I am looking forward to.

“Boston was a good win, coming off the Oscar Valdez defeat it was good to get back to winning ways.

“I think I can fight for a title this year. Get a good win against Jayson on April 26 and I believe I’m ready.”