Talking to NY Mag, the actor - who plays Dwight Schrute on the NBC comedy - said that he is looking forward to pursuing other projects should the show come to an end in the next few years.
"I would not object. I'm ready, willing, and able to move on, I'd like to go back to theater," he explained. "Theater is f**king hard and time-consuming, and there's not enough time while doing The Office to rehearse and run a play."
He went on to reveal that while he was upset by the departure of star Steve Carell, he is also looking forward to what new storylines the change could bring about.
"It was hard to make comedy during his last week. On his last day I gave him a hug and it was very tearful. It's not like we're besty-best friends hanging out all the time, but it's an incredible loss," he said.
"That said, we're 148 episodes in, and the show needs some reinvention. Most likely it's the show's downfall, though. I'd say 85 percent downfall, 15 percent brilliant re-creation."
Wilson previously described Carell's work on the show as "irreplaceable".