Croydon super-lightweight prospect Nathanael "Banks" Wilson insists there is plenty of work to do despite winning his latest outing at York Hall last weekend.

The 27-year-old estranged son of former two-weight world champion Chris Eubank Sr. came through an awkward four-round encounter against Wiltshire’s Liam Richards, 40-35 on the referee’s scorecard, to advance to three straight victories.

And Wilson, who began boxing seven years ago before making his professional bow back in March against Croatian Silvije Kebet, knew the vastly experienced Richards, 29, a former English super bantamweight title challenger, was coming to the famous East End venue just to ruin the occasion.

Wilson said: “The boy [Richards] was a spoiler to be fair. I can only beat what is put in front of me.

“He’s awkward, that’s why he’d had 36 fights and hardly been stopped. He’s a seasoned boy at the end of the day, but a win is a win.”

This was Wilson’s first contest under his new promoter Frank Warren, and he added: “We’re just going to keep busy. I’m a work in progress, I’m still learning every day.