Despite the music event taking a planned year off in 2012, Eavis has already booked acts to top the bill for next year's festival at Worthy Farm.
However, the festival boss refused to give away any clues as to whom he has approached, but insisted that he is hoping the event can celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2020.
Eavis told BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat: "I'm really determined somehow or other to make the 50 years - I don't see why I shouldn't make it. Strangely enough, I do feel incredibly fit.
"I don't see why I shouldn't make it. I've got the bands who want to play and the people who want to buy the tickets so why shouldn't we carry on?"
The comments contradict Eavis's previous claims that Glastonbury festival would only last another "three or four years" before he would have to shut it down.
Last year's event saw headline performances from Coldplay, U2 and Beyoncé.
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Watch Beyoncé perform 'Irreplaceable' at Glastonbury festival 2011 below: