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26 March 2012, 06:51 | Updated: 26 March 2012, 09:57
The Canadian pop singer says his aim is to continue making music and inspiring his fans.
Justin Bieber has revealed his main career ambition is to be a "great performer" for all of his fans and to continue to make music that people want to listen to.
The 'Never Say Never' singer is preparing to launch his third studio album 'Believe', after only turning 18 at the start of the month, and unveiled his latest single 'Boyfriend' on Capital FM this morning (26th March).
"I just want to be able to be inspiring and make great music and come off humble," Justin exclusively revealed in an interview with Capital FM. "And be an all-round great performer and entertainer for my generation of people."
The 'Mistletoe' singer has admitted he "can't wait" to return to the UK later this year to promote his brand new album, as well as teasing potential plans for a new world tour.
Justin also says he hopes people will take a chance when listening to new single 'Boyfriend" as he expects it will "turn people's heads around" when they hear it.
Justin Bieber is releasing new single 'Boyfriend' in the US today with a UK release to follow.
You can hear Justin Bieber talking to Rich Clarke tonight from 7pm.
Listen to Justin Bieber discussing his career goals for the future below: