X Factor rejects Union J have vowed to become even bigger than One Direction.
Last night saw Union J leave the show in the latest X Factor 2012 results, leaving the competition in fourth place.
There was no sing off or bottom two, with Union J leaving having received the fewest votes resulting in James Arthur, Christopher Maloney and Jahmene Douglas progressing through to the final.
None the less, the boys are confident of a bright future.
Jaymi said: “We don’t want there to be any limits on how big we can be. We would love to be as big as they are right now and break America and tour the world. Louis thinks the sky is the limit.
“We will have such amazing lives if we do well and we will be able to live a life that people dream of.”
Josh agreed: “We want to do better than One Direction. They finished third and we want to finish first or second. It would be amazing to do that.”
Speaking on the Xtra Factor last night, Louis claimed the boys already had interest from record labels.
He said:" "X Factor has set these guys up for an amazing career, you can't ask for more than that. Labels are already looking at them."
He continued: "I predict they'll be back on this show next year as guest acts.
"They're going to get a great record deal with great songs, these boys have something special and they're going to work hard."
The X Factor 2012 continues next weekend with the live final in Manchester.
Chris Maloney, Jahmene Douglas and James Arthur will be battling it out to be crowned winner, while there will be performances from One Direction, Kylie Minogue, Rhianna and Emeli Sande.