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16 January 2012, 14:27 | Updated: 16 January 2012, 14:30
The 'Dance With Me Tonight' star has admitted it looks likely that he could be set to host the show for a second series.
Olly Murs has admitted that it "looks likely" he will be returning to his hosting role on the ITV2 series The Xtra Factor.
The 'Please Don't Let Me Go' singer had recently confessed that he was thinking about quitting his position on the show, but has now revealed he could be set for a return.
Speaking to the The Sun, he said: "It looks likely I will do The Xtra Factor again. But I don't want to do any other TV. I don't want TV to overshadow the music."
Olly made his debut on the 2011 series of the show alongside Caroline Flack and many questioned the pair's relationship following their on screen chemistry.
"It was a conscious decision to play up the 'are they? Aren't they?' thing but we got on so well that we flirted with each other anyway. At the start we flirted a lot and people were talking, but now we've got to the end of the series we're just good mates."
Meanwhile, the Essex singer also admitted that he has recently purchased his first house and has plans to become a millionaire in 2012.
Olly is also set to head out on his UK tour next month with a date at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff on 1st February.