It was suggested earlier in the year that a third season of the NBC talent contest could debut opposite the sophomore run of Simon Cowell's Fox format.
When asked about the rumours, Daly explained that his fellow Voice producers are happy to return this year if the network agrees.
"Well, we'd certainly be excited about the opportunity to put the show, that people are so passionate about, on again," he told TV Guide.
"On the production side, we're ready to go. The truth is it's a call from the network that we haven't gotten yet."
All four Voice judges Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton have signed on for a third season, reportedly landing $6m (£3.7m) each.
Cowell suggested in February that a sing-off between The X Factor USA, The Voice and American Idol should be staged, though his idea was shot down by Levine.
The Syco boss is currently hunting for two new X Factor judges after the departures of Nicole Scherzinger and Paula Abdul.
He has said that an announcement regarding the long-rumoured appointment of Britney Spears will be made in the coming days.
Season two of The Voice currently airs Mondays at 8/7c and Tuesdays at 9/8c on NBC.