An asylum seeker, who crossed Europe to get to the UK aged just 14, says he wants to be a world boxing champion.
Shabir Haidire has just won the ABA class A Championship which makes him a national champion.
He has been fostered by a family in Gloucester and says that his life has in the past, and his journey to safety, has not been easy.
Afghanistan was Shabir's home, a country with many orphans of war and the brutal regime of the Taliban, and then ISIS.
He decided to flee and it was a year long journey across Europe. He ended up in the infamous Calais jungle camp with the fear of death still with him.
Shabir spent 48 hours in the back of a lorry to get the UK.
He was classed as an asylum seeker and ended up with foster parents in Gloucester. He joined the Fight Factory boxing club and never looked back.
His foster mother Ann McDonald says she regards him as another son.