The former 'Love Island' star is set to fight 27-year-old Dan Bocianski on the undercard of his brother, Tyson Fury, who will be going up against Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium tonight (23.04.22).
The British boxer had been set to take on YouTuber Paul in December before withdrawing due to injury and says he is no longer concerned by jibes made by his foe.
Fury told Sky Sports: "I'm only fixed on Saturday night, I don't care what Jake Paul says, right now he can't keep my name out of his mouth.
"First he doesn't want to fight me, then I'm a potential opponent, then he wants to see me get a knockout to get the fight on, I don't know where he's up to in his mind - but in my mind all I'm thinking about is Saturday night.
"In terms of Jake Paul, don't mention my name unless you want to fight, it's as simple as that.
"I'm not hard to find, get in contact, let's set it all up and let's get on with it. I'm not even going to get into that right now, my mindset is on Saturday night.
"I've got a lot more credible opponent that I'm facing Saturday night than I would have in facing Jake Paul."
Fury told fans that they can expect an "improved" boxer when he steps into the ring and he is aware that he has a lot to improve as a fighter.
He explained: "I feel like I've come on leaps and bounds in the gym day by day, it's just about taking it nice and slow, getting the right fights at the right time and building slowly.
"Saturday night is just another step along this journey and you're going to see a new and improved Tommy Fury.
"I know I keep saying it but it's true because I'm not happy with the last two performances and I'm going out there Saturday to make a statement and box how I know I can box."