Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams has hinted that he may quit the series.
The comic joined the show in 2012 alongside Alesha Dixon but admitted this month that he doesn't want to stay on the show forever.
He told heat magazine that he wanted to get off the panel before viewers got too sick of him.
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"I do enjoy it," David said of BGT, "It's very exciting - it's one of the biggest shows on TV and I love all the people I work with on it.
"Plus, it's not exactly hard, because you can't prepare for it.
"There's no script to learn.'
He went on: "But, like anything, you want to stop doing it before people start to get sick of you.
"It's hard to know when that will be. For some people, it was when they first saw me!"
David, who is expected to return to the panel next year alongside Alesha, Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden, confessed: "I think if Simon wasn't there, it wouldn't be such a fun thing for me.
"When people come up to me now, they main thing they is that they like the way I wind up Simon."
Meanwhile, David took a swipe at former BGT judge Piers Morgan after reports that he was in talks to replace David on the show.
"He's a newspaper man, so he understands how to place stories to get attention. I don't know where he got that from," David said.