Witter has won 37 of his 41 fights, with 22 knockouts
Junior Witter will target new WBA light-welterweight champion Amir Khan if he beats Devon Alexander.
Witter, 35, fights the unbeaten American in California on Saturday for the vacant WBC title, having lost the belt to Timothy Bradley in May 2008.
Khan became a world champion earlier this month after defeating Andreas Kotelnik on points in Manchester.
"I think I'm the last guy Khan wants to meet but it would be a natural unification fight," said Witter.
The Sheffield fighter, who has lost twice in 41 fights, last fought in November 2008 when he knocked out Victor Hugo Castro in three rounds.
But despite his lack of activity in the ring, Witter says he is primed to win back the title he defended twice.
"I will bring my world title back, said Witter.
"I know I have got a job to do but I have got the experience, skill, power and accuracy to do it. I am ready to deliver what I have got."
Witter added: "I know I'm fighting a skilled man in Devon Alexander. He's unbeaten, 22-years-old but I know what I need to do in the fight."
Witter tried several times to tempt Britain's former world champion Ricky Hatton into a domestic unification fight, and is now desperate to land Khan if he returns with the WBC belt.
"Ricky Hatton avoided me for long enough when he was world champion," said Witter.
"I'm sure Khan won't want to get the same reputation but it would be a short night's work for me - I'd knock him out inside three rounds.
"I think this fight at the weekend will turn out to be a bigger challenge than Khan but I've never ducked a challenge and I plan on bringing that WBC belt back to the United Kingdom and then I can get it on with Khan."
My goal is to give him something where he will not be able to stay with that all night. I want to dominate him for 12 rounds
But Witter's opponent Alexander, who is unbeaten in 18 fights, has warned him not to expect an easy ride on Saturday.
The American is confident of victory and intends to out-box and out-work his experienced opponent.
"I've watched tapes on Junior Witter," he said. "He's a crafty, slick fighter that likes to take pot shots at you when he gets the opportunity.
"My goal is to give him something where he will not be able to stay with that all night. I want to dominate him for 12 rounds.
If he's still there, I want to be there all day for him, giving him punches in bunches where he gets more than he gives.
"I want to be smart and aggressive at the same time."