Haye retains Klitschko hope
David Haye is convinced he is edging closer to a last major fight with WBC heavyweight champion Vitali Klitschko.
The Ukraine giant stopped Manuel Charr in Moscow in four rounds on Saturday but is now expected to switch his focus to a career in politics and the race to become Mayor of Kiev.
Londoner Haye, who was beaten by Vitali's brother Wladimir last year, hopes he can build on his domestic victory against Dereck Chisora and entice the 41-year-old to a "defining fight".
The outspoken 31-year-old revealed there had been no contact from the Klitschko camp but that he would not give up on his hopes of a future showdown.
The former WBA champion told Sky Sports News: "I want to convince him he's not had a defining fight. His biggest fight was against Lennox Lewis which he lost. Although he has a long string of victories, none have been against opponents who have brought any excitement and entertainment."
Haye added: "For someone who wants to retire, you want to retire on a big fight and that fight against Charr was definitely not a high."