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23 November 2012, 16:42 | Updated: 23 November 2012, 16:49
The 'Payphone' singer says The Voice provides him with enough opportunities to do his own thing away from the band.
Adam Levine has revealed that he has "no desire" to make a solo album because he doesn't want to "abandon" his "comrades".
The 'Moves Like Jagger' singer has faced constant speculation over his career since he became a coach on The Voice but told the latest edition of TV Guide magazine that he won't "abandon" any of his bandmates anytime soon.
"I don't have any desire [to do a solo album]," he declared. "I put too much time, love and care into Maroon 5, and I don't think it would be very cool to abandon my comrades."
The singer also admitted that the show gives him enough freedom to do his own thing and enjoys returning to the band when he gets the chance.
He said: "I've got enough of my own thing going on with the show, it makes going back to the band that much more special."
Adam is currently filming two seasons of the show at the moment – including series four, which sees Shakira and Usher taking over from Cee Lo Green and Christina Aguilera.
"Christina and CeeLo are so close to my heart because we went through the show becoming a success together, and Usher and Shakira are coming into it as a big frickin; institution," he said of his new workmates. "So it's different, but it still feels good, because they're legitimate artists."
Meanwhile, Adam recently received the most nomination's at the 2013 People's Choice Awards for his work on the show and with Maroon 5.