Tyson Fury admitted it was good to be back in the UK after a gruelling camp in Belgium

Last Updated: 14/09/13 2:26pm

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Tyson Fury is glad to be back in the UK after completing his camp for the fight with David Haye in Belgium.

The unbeaten heavyweight arrived back on the these shores in a private jet and said all the hard work had been done.

"You take a lot of things for granted when you live at home in a day-to-day life," he told Sky Sports. "But when you go away and make sacrifices you really enjoy what you've got when you come back home.

"As a boxing fan it's a fight I'm getting really excited about it. This is going to be one hell of a fight.

"All the hard work is finished, all the gruelling work is finished and it's been absolute murder. Now it's time to get myself into fight mode."

Uncle and trainer Peter Fury said the team was confident his nephew would be successful in the fight in two weeks' time.

"He's in the best physical condition of his whole life," he said. "We're confident, we don't go about things in half measures.

"He's trained hard because David Haye is the toughest fight of his life, but he's going to shock a lot of people."

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