The previously unbeaten Kosovan was knocked down three times by the 35-year-old Brit in front of 15,000 fans - including former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho - before referee Terry O'Connor waved the fight off.
"I felt amazing," said Haye, who now has 28 wins - 26 by knockout - and two defeats from 30 professional contests.
"The fans have come out to see the future of heavyweight boxing. People thought I was the past, but I am still the future.
"Anthony Joshua is a fight I would relish. But next up for me is Shannon Briggs. He came over to England and talked a big game.
"I told him if he came over and beat someone I would fight him in September. Let's go chump, let's go chump."
Haye was out of the sport for three-and-a-half years after undergoing shoulder surgery in 2013 but returned with a first-round knockout of Mark de Mori in January.