Isaac Lowe’s trainer plans to keep the Morecambe prospect busy as he builds up experience.
Peter Fury, uncle of the resort’s heavyweight hope Tyson, is keen for the Westgate Warrior to stay active but knows he has time on his side.
He said: “We’re just going to keep him busy because until he’s ready we just want to tick over.
“He’s very young, he’s only just 20, he’s already 8-0.
“He’s a special talent, he’s just got to listen more, focus and these are the learning fights to bring that out of him.”
The head of Team Fury, who looks after a host of talent including former world title challenger Eddie Chambers, had mixed feelings about Lowe’s victory over Andy Harris in Leeds on Saturday night.
Peter said: “He bossed his opponent, he hurt him in the first round and went in for the kill.
“But he shouldn’t have done that. He needs to control his boxing and he’d have got him out of there.
“He was a tough opponent who’d been in with the likes of Luke Campbell and he said after the fight that Isaac Lowe is the best opponent he’s ever been in with.
“That’s some statement. Isaac gave the guy a hiding for four rounds.
“I’m after a bit more finesse. He’s too full on. He’s got to relax a bit more.
“It was a good performance but from critical point of view I’m looking to step Isaac up.
“Against better opposition he’s got to learn to control his aggression.”