It's the DOI final on ITV on Sunday and Ray will be battling with Beth Tweddle and Hayley Tamaddon in a bid to be named champion of champions.
The trio started this all-stars series in the line up of fourteen past contestants back in January and are the only ones left standing.
All winners, the odds suggest Ray is a sure fire bet to win and Schofield agrees.
"They're all brilliant but Ray Quinn is getting better and better," he said this week.
But ever the diplomat, he added: "Hayley Tamaddon has been great and Beth Tweddle is a very talented skater. They are all turning in great routines. But let's not forget, it's a public vote."
This Morning and The Cube presenter Schofield has been fronting the ITV series since day one some eight years ago but thinks that bosses made the right choice in deciding to end it now.
"I'm enormously proud of the programme - it's a beautifully made show - but it's the best time to go, while it's still on top. I've really enjoyed presenting it so much," he said.
The Dancing On Ice 2014 final airs from 7PM on ITV on Sunday.