FORMER super bantamweight world champion Scott Quigg has reunited with trainer Joe Gallagher for his fight against Jono Carroll at the Manchester Arena on March 7.

The Bury boxer left Gallagher in 2017 as he opted to be trained by the legendary Freddie Roach in Los Angeles.

Quigg insists the door is always open for him to return to Roach, but wants to win another world title with Gallagher as his coach.

"I’m back training with Joe Gallagher. He knows me, I know him, we work well together," said Quigg after his press conference with Carroll in Manchester.

"Everything is going to go well. All the lads are good and so is working with Joe.

"It’s something I look forward to with the rest of this camp and I’m sure we’ll get this job done together.

"We had visa issues. It was more to do with that with why I came back here. Linking back up with Joe and being back in the gym with him is all good."

The 31-year-old believes his time in America was beneficial and he learnt a lot in his three years stateside.

"The knowledge that Freddie has over the years with what he’s achieved and what he’s done is second to none," Quigg said. 

"Everyday over there was like being at school, you’re just being educated. It was something that I really did appreciate and learn from.

"The door is always open with Freddie Roach. He’s never shut the door; we’ve not fallen out.

"This isn’t just a one fight thing. I’m back with Joe and hopefully, we can be world champion together again.

"They’re both world class coaches. My style is my style. We work on things fight by fight that needs to be tweaked.

"You work out the game plan and what you’re doing on the night and then we’ll execute it."