Lord Alan Sugar will make "at least three" more series of "The Apprentice".
The 71-year-old business mogul has just finished working on the 14th season of the BBC contest and is thankful it still has a future, though he doesn't know whether it will go on beyond his current contract.
Asked how long he'll keep doing the show, he said: "At least three more years because that's the contract I signed. After that, I don't know."
Though he's been working on the show for over a decade, he still isn't tired of the format.
Interviewed by Piers Morgan for Event magazine, he said the new series - which returns on Wednesday (03.10.18) - will feature: "The usual bunch of wannabes, but some great characters and fantastic tasks. I enjoyed filming it tremendously."
Alan recently had a major health scare after doctors discovered a blocked artery but he admitted his wife Ann didn't initially take him seriously when he said he was feeling ill until he was checked out by medics.
He explained: "I had a lucky escape really. I wasn't feeling great so booked an appointment to have a scan.
"That morning, Ann and I did a 25-mile tandem ride, with me doing most of the bloody work, of course.
"Then we saw the doctor and he said I had a major block in my artery and could have had a heart attack at any moment. I could have literally dropped dead on that bike ride. It's a thing called the "Widow Maker" because so many die from it.
"The funny thing is when we were at the doctor's surgery waiting for the result, Ann was calling me a bloody hypochondriac, wasting her time.
"Then we both nearly passed out when the doctor said what it was and how dangerous it could be."