Reports have claimed that the station is lining up Greg James to replace Moyles after he completes his next contract. Speaking to The Mirror, Moyles admitted that he would like to complete ten years on the programme.
"I'm sorry to be big-headed but they have got the best man for the job doing the job, which is me," he told the paper. "It may sound very arrogant, but it's f**king true.
"It would be really nice to get to ten years. But I would only want to do that if everything was still great. We have got to talk about the contract."
He continued: "It is year by year which is a bit frustrating. I've always said the same thing - if I am happy doing it, the bosses are happy with it and the listeners are happy with it, we'll just keep going. I don't think I'll ever go to Radio 2. I don't think I'd fit in with the style.
"At the moment I really, really love the show. You know it is not going to go on forever, but fingers crossed we are going to sign and we'll see what happens after that."
Speaking about his colleague 'Comedy' Dave Vitty, he added: "Dave isn't going anywhere, he hasn't got anything else to do. We've been together more than most marriages, including his.
"You never get used to getting up in the morning - it is a f**king nightmare. But it's still the greatest job in the world."
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