Complacency is the biggest threat to me in my fight next month, but if there is one issue that has been overlooked leading up to my return to the ring, it is the fact that it will be my first bout since operations on both my hands.
The surgery on my hands just before Christmas was needed after the win over Tyler McCreary in Las Vegas and, having gone through the pain of those operations, it was only natural that I would have a bit of concern about sparring again. Sore hands come with the job but, having been back sparring without any extra protection, I've been very happy and relieved that there have been no problems whatsoever.
Of course, when you put on the smaller gloves for the fight there can be a greater risk of injury, but I'm very confident that it will not be a problem when I take on Armenian Vahram Vardanyan on August 15 in the BT Studios.
In sparring, a fighter will use bigger gloves because there is generally less chance of serious damage to each other, and when you have lighter gloves on it does make a difference, but my whole focus just has to be on taking care of Vardanyan - I can't have any concerns at all and that's the way I'll be come fight night.
This guy has a decent record but I'm well aware that I'm expected to beat someone like this every day of the week and I want to do it in style.
The one factor that will keep me from being complacent and dropping my level is that Vardanyan can punch, and he throws wild shots that can land, even if you're totally switched on.
It's a big moment for him to be in such a fight because he hasn't been near this level before, so for Vardanyan it's the chance of a lifetime and if I was in his shoes I would just go for it and throw bombs.
It's going to be a strange build-up to the fight because I will be in the bubble with all the other fighters on the bill - and that includes Mick Conlan who faces Frenchman Sofiane Takoucht.
Due to all the regulations because of Covid-19 I will be buying a small fridge and microwave for my hotel room because I'll be bringing my own food with me. Fuel Hub have been providing my meals for this training camp and they have done a great job and I will keep using those right up to the fight.
Being in the bubble, we will have to book our times for the gym in the hotel because it's going to be used by everyone on the show and it will be strange being around everybody, including my opponent, for such a long time.
The one regulation I can't get my head around is not being able to go for a walk outside because obviously the staff in the hotel are going to be going home and coming back into work and I've been out and about quite a bit over the past few weeks and not caught the virus.
One of the best parts about fight week I always enjoyed at home was going out for walks around Belfast, just chilling out with my own thoughts as well as picking up the buzz around my fights. That won't be there this time - there'll be no proper press conference so it will be strange and it will be down to me to keep my mind really focused on the job.
The mind is always key to any fight and this one with Vardanyan will be no different.