Chris Eubank Jr. wants fights against George Groves and James DeGale

Eubank Jr. in the ring ahead of his fight against Renold Quinlan earlier this year. Leigh Dawney/Getty Images

Despite facing Arthur Abraham this Saturday, Chris Eubank Jr. can not help but look ahead to possible future fights against British rivals George Groves and James DeGale.

Eubank can book himself a place in the inaugural World Boxing Super Series with a victory over former WBO super-middleweight champion Abraham at the SSE Arena, Wembley.

Entering the Super Series will put Eubank on a collision course with WBA world super-middleweight champion George Groves -- also in the eight-man Super Series tournament -- and the 27-year-old says he is happy to wait for IBF super-middleweight king James DeGale, who is recovering from shoulder surgery and may not box until early next year.

The winner of Eubank-Abraham is due to meet Turkey's Avni Yildirim in the Super Series quarter-finals in September or October, while Groves fights fellow Briton Jamie Cox in London on Oct 14: "A belt is a belt so George Groves is in the firing range," Eubank told ESPN.

"He got the job done against Fedor Chudinov in his last fight and did what he had to do. Was I impressed? No, but he got the job done.

"Me and DeGale have a history. We've knocked heads before so it would be very satisfying for me to go in there and destroy him like I know I can and like I did in the sparring session all those years ago.

"Me against DeGale and Groves has to happen -- who else can they fight? The public wants me to fight them."

Eubank has prepared for Abraham at an old gym in Hove on the English south coast and also goes running along Brighton's pebble beaches.

"I've always run along the beach," Eubank said.

"There's nothing like a seven mile run with the stones underneath you and you're basically sinking into them with every step.

"It's great for stamina, strength in the legs and getting through the gruelling rounds. I'm known for being able to fight in the later rounds and that's down to the hard work in training and work in the gym."

The weigh-in for Eubank-Abraham at the SSE Arena, Wembley will have a larger than expected turn-out as it takes place shortly before the last leg of the world press tour for Floyd Mayweather Jr against Conor McGregor, who fight each other in Las Vegas on Aug 26.