Wyle portrayed the late Apple co-founder in the 1999 made-for-TV movie Pirates of Silicon Valley. The drama focused on the beginnings of Apple and Microsoft, and featured Anthony Michael Hall in the role of a young Bill Gates.
Appearing on BBC Breakfast, Wyle said that he would give his "high teeth" to play Jobs a second time, and it would be his "dream job".
Wyle said: "He's a fascinating individual and I had the chance to meet him. He gave me a very nice compliment about my performance. A job like the one this movie is going to be is going to be incredibly competitive."
Ashton Kutcher is currently shooting the biopic Jobs. Written and directed by Joshua Michael Stern, the film traces Jobs's life from college dropout to one of the 20th century's most revered technology pioneers.
The casting has been backed by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.
Oscar-winning Social Network screenwriter Aaron Sorkin is working on a separate Jobs biopic with producer Scott Rudin. The film will be based on Walter Isaacson's biography.
Watch Noah Wyle imitate Steve Jobs at 1999's Macworld in New York: