Great Yarmouth boxer Mikie Webber-Kane says he is in top-top condition as he attempts to win the first major title of his career.

The 25-year-old heads to York Hall, the home of British boxing, on Saturday looking to claim the vacant Southern Area super-featherweight crown.

Standing in his way is Robert Caswell, from Chatham. The pair were due to meet in October, but Caswell was forced to pull out after suffering a perforated ear-drum in his final sparring session.

Webber-Kane has kept warm with a points win over Santiago Garces in Norwich just before Christmas to take his record to 11-0, while his opponent is 8-0.

It may have been a waiting game for Webber-Kane, but no stone has gone unturned to ensure his patience is rewarded.

“It’s been a perfect camp as always,” he said. ”Everyone says it, but camps get better every single time. I feel super fit, super sharp, super strong – no niggles, no injuries, no excuses, so I am happy, really happy.”

His trainer in Yarmouth, Tony Norman, added: “He’s looking really sharp, he’s biting down, working hard – everything’s on point and he’s itching to go now for the fight.”

Also in his corner will be Norwich trainer Graham Everett, no stranger to area title wins with the likes of Sam Sexton, Liam Goddard, Billy Bird and Iain Martell.

Everett agrees that the Yarmouth man is ready to add his name to that list.

“He’s in tremendous shape, the shape of his life, ready for the fight of his life,” he said.