The 27-year-old former Commonwealth super-flyweight champion came in from the cold when finishing runner-up in the Prizefighter final in October. Don Broadhurst came in from the cold in October and insists he has plenty left.
Broadhurst scored points wins over Usman Ahmed and Mike Robinson before losing to British champion Lee Haskins, who had taken Don's Commonwealth title back in 2009.
Broadhurst says he took plenty of positives from Prizefighter and is ready to challenge for titles again next year.
"I want 2012 to be the year that I come back with a bang," he said.
"I will really step things up next year. I'll do everything in my power to win a title.
"I'll take my bed to the gymnasium if necessary and spend all my time there.
"I was relatively pleased with the way the Prizefighter event went. It was probably a bitter-sweet competition for me.
"I felt it helped remind people of what I am about as a boxer. But of course it was disappointing to lose to Haskins in the final, especially as he put me down during the fight. That was the first time I had ever been knocked down as an amateur or professional but I showed character to get back up and take it to the scorecards.
"Overall, given that I was brought into the event at short notice, I did well."
Broadhurst flies out to Australia over Christmas before returning to England in January.
He said: "I hope to get a fight early in the new year at super-flyweight but my intention is drop down and challenge at flyweight.
"You need to chip away at the weight though – you can't just drop straight down.
"I'll fight as often as I can, not just on the bigger bills. I'm prepared to fight at more low-key events.
"That doesn't bother me because I actually enjoy boxing at more intimate venues.
"I'm just looking forward to 2012 with lots of enthusiasm.
"It's a big year for British sport with the Olympic Games in London.
"It will help raise the profile of all sports and so it's a good time to be a part of the sporting scene in the UK.
"I want to start making a name for myself again and give the fans who have supported me brilliantly over the years something to celebrate."