George, who plays Weatherfield's Beth Tinker, revealed that she is happy on the soap and has no plans to leave in the near future.
Speaking to the Grimsby Telegraph, the actress said: "I work with some wonderful, creative, talented people, and it is such a privilege to be in this position and to bring their work to life.
"The actors are such great fun to work with - we always manage to have a laugh as well as work very hard.
"I hope to stay as long as they will have me really. However, I would like to do more singing, as I miss that quite a bit."
George also admitted she is proud to be part of the show following its recent success at the National Television Awards.
She said: "I am really proud to work on the show and I think both awards were really well deserved.
"The atmosphere was absolutely electric in the arena. It was my first time at the O2 and I was very impressed. I couldn't get my head around the volume of people in there. It was quite a buzz.
"All the cast were ecstatic at the awards. Both Julie and David Nielson, who plays Roy Cropper, have worked beautifully together with the storyline and I wanted them both to win, as they were equal winners in my eyes."
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