The Australian former football captain, who is taking part in the reality television show as part of a cast including controversial politician Pauline Hanson, footballer Warwick Capper and The Block's Polly Porter, said that he looks forward to working as a team again.
Crawford told the Herald Sun: "I consider myself creative. I've got a lot of ideas, but most of them are no good. Being part of a team for a long period means I'll really be pushing the team aspect.
"If Warwick's in my side, I'll be voting him out straight away. He's going to be a distraction to the group because he's so entertaining."
Crawford also said that he believes celebrity agent Max Markson is the "favourite" and "the one to beat" because "he's got a business brain".
As the stars started filming on Celebrity Apprentice this week, Hanson revealed that she expects the usual "public scrutiny" during her time on the show.