The Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain isn't interested in joining Paul Hollywood as a judge on Channel 4 - but has defended the show's move to its new home.
Paul is the only member of the Bake Off team staying put when it leaves the BBC next year, with Mary Berry, Mel and Sue all recently announcing their exits.
Nadiya has been among their rumoured replacements, with C4 bosses reportedly eager to sign her as either a judge or presenter.
However, speaking on BBC Breakfast today, Nadiya said she hasn't yet had an offer from the broadcaster - and would rather focus on her current endeavours.
"I’m kind of enjoying what I’m doing actually, I’ve written these books, I love cooking, love baking," she commented. "I don’t want that to be taken away from me. I’m having such a good time at the moment."
The 31-year-old already judges the kids' version of the show, Junior Bake Off, which is due to return to CBBC soon.
While viewers have reacted overwhelmingly negatively to Bake Off's channel change, Nadiya has suggested it's no big deal, offering her support to C4.
"Change happens, and I think wherever it goes, whatever it does, I just want it to do well," she said. "It’s something I’ve spent the last six years watching, and I want it to do well wherever it goes."
Despite this, Nadiya reckons that Mel and Sue's exit is a huge loss to the show - and particularly the contestants.
"Paul and Mary, they're the judges, but you don't really see them that much, but Mel and Sue are so important to the show," she revealed.
"When I was there, every time I was falling apart, thinking, 'Why am I here? I can't do this', they would say, 'It's just cake, come on, you can do this'."
Nadiya recently released her new book, 'Bake Me A Story', and appeared in her own two-part BBC show 'The Chronicles of Nadiya'.