Errol Spence Jr. is all set to face Shawn Porter on Sept. 28, a match he strongly feels he will come out the victor. And while it seems foolish to be overconfident of his chances, the 29-year-old is already making it known that he wants Manny Pacquiao next.

Speaking to TMZ Sports, the undefeated American boxer says that his upcoming fight with Porter is nothing more than an appetizer for the main course. He is zeroing in on Pacquiao even if the buzz going around is that there may be a rematch between the Filipino boxing icon and Floyd Mayweather Jr.

"I don't wanna see it. Floyd made enough money, let the young guys make some money," said Spence.

While it remains to be seen if Mayweather will consider a rematch, MP Promotions president Sean Gibbons said that they already have some names in mind. Danny Garcia and Mikey Garcia are two other names on Pacquiao's watch list but it appears Spence is determined to make a case. That all starts with a good showing on September 28.

"I'm looking for the Manny Pacquiao after this."

Back in February, Pacquiao said that he is willing to face anyone in the ring. However, he did say that it depends on who his promoters put on the table, reported. Among the names he mentioned then were Mikey Garcia, Spence, and Porter. Spence seemed like a logical choice but the Pac-Man ended up picking Thurman instead.

Back in March, Pacquiao believes Spence Jr. does not punch that hard. He even likened the American boxer to a former foe. This was in reference to Lehlo Ledwaba, someone the eight-time division champion faced in 2001, revealed in another report.

One thing that could get in the way is the fact that both Pacquiao and Spence are being handled by Al Haymon of Premier Boxing Champions. Such complicated matters a bit although clamor for such a fight could force the hand of Haymon to book the fight moving forward.

For now, the focus is on Mayweather even if the American boxer has repeatedly shunned the idea. A couple of Garcias may be in the picture as well although Spence can easily catapult his name up there with an impressive showing against Porter next month.

Errol Spence Jr
Errol Spence Jr. is looking to establish himself as the top welterweight. In this picture, Spence addresses the media during the 2018 Showtime Championship Boxing Event at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City, Jan. 24, 2018. Abbie Parr/Getty Images