The 23-year-old student got the axe in last night's show after a failed negotiation task left the girls team in chaos.
Many felt that Jenny shouldn't have been the one to go after what Karren Brady described as a "tale of woe" from the ladies' team.
Speaking after her exit, Jenny has suggested that Lord Sugar may have now missed out on what she says was a first class business investment.
She said: "If Lord Sugar had known more about my business plan, maybe he wouldn't have fired me ... It's just a shame that he didn't get to see that, because I think that it would have had a drastically different outcome, and I can guarantee that I would definitely have held my own during the interview stages.
"It's a shame that Lord Sugar couldn't see that in me, but then again he does see quite a small amount of what really goes on, and obviously he didn't get to see my business plan."
Chatting to the Daily Mirror, Jenny went on to say she was still very keen to work with Lord Sugar despite getting fired by the boss after just three weeks.
"I think he would be a good match, because he does campaign for higher emissions targets, and obviously my business plan is all about helping renewable energy entrepreneurs as a sector," she explained. "I think he would have loved it, to be honest. I'd love to have a chat with him properly and speak to him about it, and I'm pretty sure he'd have a different viewpoint."
However Jenny added: "Lord Sugar certainly isn't the only investor out there. There are a lot of other options!"
The Apprentice continues next Wednesday night on BBC One.