Marvin Humes is hoping to continue hosting The Voice UK when it moves to ITV next year.
The JLS singer turned telly presenter fronts the singing competition alongside Emma Willis and doesn't plan to step down when the show switches channels.
In an interview with Loaded.co.uk (via Female First), Marvin said: "I'd love to carry on doing 'The Voice', 100 per cent.
"But genuinely, no-one knows what's going on yet. ITV probably want to see how the live shows go as far as keeping me, Emma and the coaches. Once they see how everyone does, they'll have conversations with us."
He continued: "It'd be great to carry on working with the show, as I love doing it. It feels like home to me.
"But if I don't get to do it, I'd totally get that. You see change happen on other shows all the time. It's part of the game."
Marvin's co-host Emma said the same earlier this year, explaining: “I’d love to [continue] but you know, the nature of the beast is that anything can happen and it’s moving to a different channel – they might want to totally change it and that’s just the way it goes.
“But fingers crossed they will want me to do it. I’d love to still do it.”
ITV have yet to confirm anything about their series of The Voice which is set to air in January next year.
For now, season five of The Voice UK continues this Saturday night on BBC One from 7PM where a total of FOUR acts will be eliminated.