Fight fans will see “the very best” of Great Yarmouth’s Mikie Webber-Kane as he prepares, for the second time, to clinch the first belt of his career.

The 25-year-old takes on Robert Caswell for the Southern Area featherweight title on February 24 – a fight that was postponed in October because of an injury suffered by the man from Chatham.

Webber-Kane goes into the fight on the back of a points win over Santiago Garcs in Norwich at the weekend – but says there is much more in the locker.

“I know myself that there's more to come and (trainer) Tony (Norman) likes an expression that you can see the jigsaw, but I'm the one that's got to put all the pieces together,” said Webber-Kane.

“I do it in spits and spurts. I look really, really good in little parts and then I'll go back to being comfortable and doing what I'm comfortable at, but it's learning to get all the good parts together and keep it 100pc of the fight.”

Webber-Kane’s 11 consecutive wins have come from a career that began just over two years ago, and the dream is already within his grasp.

“When I first ever put on gloves, I never ever thought I’d turn professional let alone be 11-0 and now looking for a Southern Area title fight,” he said. “But the team around me are saying I'm developing really nicely - get the Southern Area and then onwards and upwards from there, see what's about for me.”

Norman has seen Webber-Kane’s development up close.

“I thought he boxed really well, but he's still not showing the best of what he can do, what I see in the gym, but it's still a learning process,” said Norman.

“I think you'll see the best of Mikie when someone really, really comes at him. That will be very exciting.

“February 24, get your tickets because you're going to see the best version of Mikie, and I think that there'll be a few people talking about him after that performance.”