Jack Hillier is set for his second pro fight and is aiming to extend his perfect record.

The 21-year-old former Southampton ABC amateur will take on Edward Bjorkland at the O2 Academy in Bournemouth tomorrow night.

Super bantamweight Hillier got his career in the paid ranks off to a winning start as he defeated Jules Phillips on points in June and, after a good training period at the McGuigan Gym, is ready to go again.

He said: “This will be my second professional fight, I will be fighting in Bournemouth at the O2 Academy where I also fought on my professional debut. I had great support there last time out with a fantastic atmosphere the venue.

“I’ve been training hard for this at McGuigan’s Gym in London with my trainer Josh Pritchard where I’m lucky enough to be surrounded by top talents to learn from with the likes of George Groves, Josh Taylor and Luke Campbell who I have done some sparring with in the lead up to this fight.

“I’m hoping to get a few rounds in and pick up some experience.

“It’s another step up the ladder in the professional game and a more challenging opponent that will hopefully bring the best out of me so I can’t wait to get in the ring.”

Swedish veteran Bjorkland, 38, comes into the fight with 15 defeats on his 17 fight record but has proved to be a durable customer as he has yet to be stopped.