Fury and Haye's representatives have been in negotiations over a bout for some time as they look to come to some arrangement over the split of the purse.
The 24-year-old Fury admits that he has always watched the former heavyweight and cruiserweight champion and been eager to step into the ring with him since he turned professional.
The former British champion has exchanged words with 'The Hayemaker' over the past month as tension continues to build with the fight expected to be set for September.
Fury said: "Since I turned professional my goal was to beat David Haye and considering I'm on that level now the fight can maybe be made, then I'd like to go in there and showcase my skills.
"You've got to give it to him, he's very fast, he's an explosive puncher and a former world champion, so it's going to look better when I knock him out.
"I tell you what's going to happen. I'm seriously going to knock David Haye out."