Olly Murs says he'd jump at the chance to be a coach on The Voice - but that he doesn't want Simon Cowell as "his enemy".
The former X Factor runner-up admitted he is "honoured" to be among the stars that have been rumoured to join the panel on the rival BBC show, following the exits of judges Jessie J and Danny O'Donoghue.
But he said his ties with Simon Cowell's ITV show could jeopardise any possibility of landing the BBC One job.
"I was quite honoured [to read the stories] to be honest. It's a big job," the Troublemaker singer told Capital FM.
"Would I say no? I don't know. I haven't been offered anything."
He added: "To be honest, I don't think it will be my decision. I think it will be more down to Simon and the X Factor's decision if they let me do it," he continued.
"I don't think I want Simon Cowell as an enemy - so it don't think that's probably going to happen."
Olly, 29, who is preparing to join Robbie on his Take The Crown stadium tour in Milan, added: "If there was an offer on the table, you'd definitely consider it."