The Apprentice 2014 applications are now open for you to become a candidate in the next series.
It was confirmed this week that the tenth run of the BBC One reality show won't air until next autumn.
Leah Totton won the ninth series of the show back in July, securing a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar into her surgery start up.
According to Lord Sugar, the delay is due to the 2014 world cup in Brazil, which will air on the BBC between June and July next summer.
Asked about the return of the show, Lord Sugar replied to a fan on Twitter: "It won't be on until Autumn of 2014 to avoid the World Cup."
With the boardroom doors set to open at least once more, to mark the series turning ten the application process will be open from now until 19th January 2014.
Lord Sugar is once again on the hunt for a business partner, and is looking for someone with the flair and drive to build a brand new company.
The successful candidate will set up a new business which will be owned jointly( 50/50) with Lord Sugar, and receive a life-changing initial investment worth up to £250,000.
If you think you've got what it takes, then the process starts here, as long as you're over 18!