The 29-year-old ballroom pro, who has previously won the series with Chris Hollins, told The Sun that she has the credentials to be given the promotion!
"I would like to see me replacing Alesha. I would be a good judge," the blonde beauty explained. "It has to be someone interesting and I think they are looking for a girl, so here I am! I've done six series, I'm a dancer and I've won it.
"I hope they choose someone to do with dancing because much as I liked Alesha, she didn't say anything interesting to me as a professional dancer."
And Ola insisted that she wouldn't be biased fellow Strictly professional and husband James Jordan.
She added: "You're going to see the nasty side of me. I would have to criticise James too. I'd be fine with that."
The Polish dancing star continued: "Karen has been mentioned. Darcey would be great, we've had her on the show before.
"But I think Ola would be best!"
Strictly Come Dancing returns for a new series in the autumn on BBC One.