David Haye has backed Amir Khan to recover from a devastating second successive defeat in Las Vegas.
Khan, 25, was stopped in round four by unbeaten American Danny Garcia on Saturday night after being knocked down three times.
In the wake of his latest setback, which comes after his disputed loss to Lamont Peterson in December, Carl Froch, the current IBF super-middleweight champion, has suggested Khan should consider hanging up his gloves.
But Haye insists Khan can get his career back on track and is convinced his fellow Brit would win a proposed rematch with Garcia.
"Being only 25, I don’t believe there is any reason for him to retire," said the heavyweight, who defeated Dereck Chisora just hours be