Two-time world champion Amir Khan wants a “meaningful” end to his boxing career and wish to fight Manny Pacquiao.

Pakistani boxing star Amir Khan may have realized that the clock is ticking and wants to end his career with a bang. Khan is set to face an unheard fighter Neeraj Goyat from India next month, but Khan clearly has other things in mind.

In a recent encounter with the media during one of his training sessions in Bolton, the former champ revealed how he truly sees his upcoming fight and what he plans on doing should he managed to win the fight.

With only several weeks prior to his bout with Goyat, Khan surprisingly talked about Filipino legend Manny Pacquiao and how he wanted to share the boxing ring with him as a way to end his boxing career, reported.

“I’d love to do that fight. It’s one of the reasons I’ve take the fight as I know there’s a bigger picture. There’s always talk about Manny and there has been more talk about it lately. Let’s hope he wins against Thurman, I win against Goyat and we can move forward front there,” Khan revealed.

 “I have this fight and then it could be Manny, that would be a great way to finish. I’m not taking my eye off Goyat though, I know that I can’t be complacent and I need to beat him,” Khan added.

Amir Khan Amir Khan faces a dangerous foe for less money in Terence Crawford on April 20. Amir Khan weighed in at exactly 155 pounds for Saturday's fight. Photo: Getty

Even though the 32-year-old Pakistani fighter is hoping that everything he has in mind will actualized exactly the way he imagined it, Khan is also open for the possibility that he might blow the Pacquiao fight out if he underperform in the fight with Goyat, Boxing Scene Reported.

"Let's see how I feel in this fight. If I don't feel like myself, I'll probably just call it a day," Khan said.

"I want to be the one who makes that decision. I don't want to be forced to retire.I have achieved what I wanted to achieve in the sport, so it's now just enjoying the sport. I want to see how I feel in the fight and take it from there,” Khan pointed.

Not only is Khan open about not being able to perform at his best against Goyat but he is also quick to decide about retiring as soon as he feels that things did not go the right way.

"If things didn't go the right way or I don't feel good, I know myself I would hang up the gloves right away,” Khan said.