The talent show will switch channels from 2017 after five years on the BBC.
In that time the series has produced no real successful chart acts, a stick often used to beat the show compared to rival series The X Factor.
But could it all change on ITV?
Sir Tom thinks so after Polydor Records got on board to manage the eventual winner.
"This is with Polydor Records and I think they’ve got more hands-on," he said.
Speaking at the launch of the ITV series in Manchester last week, Sir Tom explained: “It’s a bigger deal now, recording-wise, for the winner. Even the finalists will have a better chance to work with the record company. It seems to be a better set-up.”
However he warned those trying out at the blind auditions that there were never any guarantees.
Sir Tom told The Sun newspaper: “Nobody can guarantee a hit. If we could, we’d all have them all the time. When you win The Voice, that doesn’t mean you’re going to get a hit record or you’re going to be a star.
“But at least you’ve got the introduction.”
Meanwhile, Sir Tom revealed how his family and friends BOYCOTTED the show last year after his axe.
Tom said: “My wife and my sister loved watching it. All my family are thrilled [I'm back].
“They refused to watch it when I wasn’t on.”
The Voice UK will air on ITV from 2017.