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2 December 2012, 10:13 | Updated: 2 December 2012, 10:17
The 'Troublemaker' singer says his new album looks to be his biggest selling record to date.
Olly Murs says he was "gutted" to miss out on being nominated for a BRIT Award earlier this year, and hopes the promising sales of his newly released album will make the organisers take note of his achievements.
The 'Heart Skips A Beat' singer missed out on any nominations at the awards show back in February, but claims it is more important to him that his new record does well, fresh from releasing third studio album 'Right Place Right Time' at the end of November.
"At the end of the day, what's more important is that I've had two sell-out arena tours and that my album is selling well," Olly revealed to the Daily Star this weekend. "I hope the Brits panel take notice next time as I've no qualms in saying I was gutted.
"But my new album looks like selling better than the first two and that's almost unprecedented for a pop act," the 'Dance With Me Tonight' singer explained. "My hard work has paid off.
"I didn't think the album would sell as well as it has but me and my team like a challenge and I'm a confident guy," Olly added. "I knew once the 'Troublemaker' single hit number one the fans would love the album too."
Check out a picture of Olly Murs performing at Capital Rocks 2012 below (Credit: PA):
Olly's lead album single 'Troublemaker', which features US rapper Flo Rida, has spent two weeks at number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40.
The UK singer was recently announced as the support act for Robbie Williams' 2013 stadium tour from June next year, and will join the 'Candy' singer on all eight currently announced dates for the tour.
Olly Murs has hinted last week that album track 'Army Of Two' is likely to serve as the second single to be released from 'Right Place Right Ti