Michael Conlan is eyeing a shot at the WBO world super-bantamweight title after a unanimous decision victory over TJ Doheny in Belfast.

The Belfast boxer claimed the interim WBA featherweight world title after a 12 round win over the Portlaoise native, but is considering a drop in weight to take on the winner of September's bout between Stephen Fulton and Brandon Figueroa.

"My eyes are still on that 122lb world title fight," Conlan told the BBC.

"This is a 126lbs [win]. I can definitely fluctuate between both, but my eyes are on that 122lb fight if that opportunity is still there with the WBO.

"If it's there before the end of the year, I’m happy to take it."

Conlan prevailed in an entertaining bout at Féile on Phobail in his native west Belfast over Doheny, who last fought before the pandemic, in March 2020.

Conlan, who is represented by MTK - a sports management company linked to Daniel Kinahan - is also considering a shot at the WBA featherweight title, currently held by Britain's Leigh Wood.

"There's load of opportunities in both divisions and I’m happy to have the options now," he said.