Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) adviser Anwar Ibrahim didn't quite say that but I am sure he's all raring to go - to take on anyone from the Barisan Nasional in a by-election,
"I am ready," he was quoted by Bernama (on Sunday).
Anwar said he had obtained approval from the Registrar of Societies to do so.
"I've received the letter from the Registrar (of Societies). My lawyers have advised that we do not need an approval letter from the AG (Attorney-General). The letter from the Registrar of Societies is sufficient ," he was reported to have said.
Anwar returned to active politics on April 15 after the expiray of a five-year ban imposed on him by the court following his conviction for corruption.
He said he was prepared to contest if any PKR Member of Parliament was willing to make way for a by-election to be held this year.
The general election regulations state that a by-election can only be called six months after a general election is held.
In the last general election, PKR won 31 parliamentary seats.