Wood told Digital Spy that the Black Eyed Peas singer had been available for his team as much as the other coaches and revealed that the US singer had promised to stay in touch with all his acts.
"His manager spoke to me backstage and he said keep in touch with will. He's said he wants to work with all ten of us who were in his team. He seems like he's genuine and we all hope that it will happen," said Wood.
"He was around as much as the other coaches. And we all understand that will.i.am is a very busy man. He is probably tired most of the time as well. He'd fly from the studio straight to America and then he'd come straight back.
"We'd also have his friend Dante [Santiago] all the time. We had lots of help off-stage that you didn't see."
Speaking about her exit from the show, the Wakefield teenager said: "I'm fine. Nobody died and that's the main thing! You don't know what will come from it. We've all gained so much, we've gained experience and exposure and I'm glad I was lucky enough to earn this opportunity."
Wood said that she chose The Voice UK over The X Factor because she "agreed with the concept of it being all about the voice".
"I think that's a beautiful way to go about it. I don't regret anything really. I'm proud of what I did and I'm proud to be one of the last girls standing in Team Will," she said.
Joking about her unusual outfit during this week's performance of 'Show Me Love', she added: "It looked a bit Swan Lake, didn't it! It was will's idea. I just went with it. He's a creative guy and I just went with it. He makes his own jackets and glasses and stuff, so I trusted him."
The Voice UK continues on Saturday and Sunday on BBC One.