ANDREW Selby has his dream scenario all planned out – he wants to fight for a world title at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium with his brother and the Joshua-Klitschko rematch on the same bill.

If that were to fall into place somewhere down the line, Selby knows he must first negotiate his way past Cristofer Rosales, a tough Nicaraguan who has never been stopped.

The duo clash tomorrow night in an eliminator for the WBC world flyweight belt, which is currently held by Japan’s Daigo Higa.

At 28, Selby is six years older than Rosales, but has fought 17 fewer bouts in the paid ranks than his Central American rival and undoubtedly faces the toughest assignment of his career to date.

However, after just eight outings since switching from the amateurs, unbeaten Selby’s already claimed British, IBF inter-continental and WBC international straps.

He remains on course to become a world champion in only 10 fights, a potentially remarkable achievement for the boxer trained by Tony Borg at St Joseph’s gym in Newport.

When asked how much he would like to fight for a global title on home soil, the Barry star said: “I would love it, at the Principality Stadium on the Anthony Joshua bill, my brother defending his title and me fighting for a title, it couldn’t get any better.

“I know I’ll get a world title shot one day but the sooner the better.

“I’ve got a really tough opponent in front of me so I need to get him out of the way and tick another one off.

“This fight is massive, the biggest for me so far. Hopefully I’ll win this and my next is a world title shot.”

Older sibling Lee, the IBF world featherweight champion, has, as ever, been heavily involved in his brother’s preparations for the showdown with Rosales at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.

“Rosales has had more knockouts than I’ve had professional fights,” added Andrew. “He’s really tough and never been stopped. He’s bigger than me and can take a shot.

“I throw a lot of shots and he’s going to tire me out so I need to pace it for 12 rounds, that’s why I spar with my brother, because I can’t push him back.

“It tires me out so it’s getting me really fit, so we know what to expect against Rosales.

“Lee is bigger, stronger and faster than me so will always be the winner, but we always have really good sparring.

“We know how to limit it so it’s at the right level, and we both learn off each other all the time.

“He helps me all the way and wants the best for me.

“If he can keep his world title and I get one it would be amazing for Wales.

“We would be like superstars, we’d be famous.”