Banstead's man with a plan Louie Lynn has set his sights on becoming a world professional boxing champion.

The 22-year-old featherweight prospect made it four straight paid victories after halting Nicaragua's Rafael Castillo in three rounds last Saturday at Copper Box Arena, Hackney Wick.

Lynn, who is promoted by Matchroom Boxing, put down his opponent before referee Kieran McCann stepped in.

"I was thinking stay down but he was tough," said the very ambitious Lynn as he plots his route to the top.

"My plan is ultimately to be world champion," he continues. "Obviously you have to go through the English, Southern, British, Commonwealth and Europeans titles route. I plan to take all of them."

His trainer former British and Commonwealth super featherweight champion Kevin Mitchell believes Lynn has got all the essentials to win a world title.

"He's a great boxer," he said. "He punches very hard. The kid's gifted and actually got that talent. All he needs is a bit of guidance, right opponents and right training.

"If he gets to the right level then I don't see why not. He's a great little fighter."