So far The Voice has yet to launch any real chart stars, something which ITV is supposedly very keen to change now its in charge.
Mo revealed: "I think everyone who entered this year has a better chance than they did when it was on the BBC.
"The talent has been at such a high level, so whoever wins is going to go on to do bigger and better things. There's been lots of support behind the scenes."
As for what sort of album we could expect from Mo if he were the winner, the 21-year-old from Warrington teased: "I've never stuck with a genre of music - that limits yourself and your creativity.
"My main aim is to create music that people enjoy listening to. That's what I promise to do."
Mo is the favourite to win the series after a string of top performances but it could have been so very different, admitting he really wasn't keen to enter.
"I didn't want to audition originally, as I wasn't 100 per cent sure I'd get through. I had to think about it a lot in terms of my confidence and wasn't sure if I'd be mentally ready," Mo explained.
Meanwhile, Mo revealed he was hoping to be able to perform with coach Jennifer Hudson in the final.
He raved about his mentor to star magazine: "For someone who's such a big star, she's so humble and down to earth. She really does connect with you. She brings out the best."
The Voice UK 2017 final airs this Saturday and Sunday night on ITV.