The Voice 2015 winner Stevie McCrorie isn't worried about chart positions after scoring a Top 10 hit with Lost Stars.
The Scottish singer became the first of the show's winners to actually do well with a track, hitting Number 6 on Sunday night with his cover of the Adam Levine song.
But he doesn't feel under pressure to follow up the success with his debut album.
"I don't feel any pressure because my feet are on the ground," Stevie said this week. "I know how lucky I am.
"It's all about timing, I think. For some reason things are going really well for me. People like me and are buying my single."
Stevie's song peaked at Number 1 on iTunes chart and was at Number 1 in the official charts at the midway point last week before being knocked off in the last few days.
But Stevie admitted: "I would have been happy with any position!"
He said of scoring the top song on iTunes: "It felt like a dream. I've released stuff independently before on there and it never went anywhere near the Top 100, so it's such a positive start."
On his plans for the upcoming album with label Universal, Stevie went on to say: "I'm sure if the record label and I compromise and work together we will create a great product.
"I'd love to sing my songs at festivals. That would be my dream."