Britney Spears thinks her sons will "definitely" be performers when they are older.

The 'Hold It Against Me' hitmaker takes her family on the road with her and says her boys, Sean Preston, six, and five-year-old Jayden James - her children with ex-husband Kevin Federline - already love to show off what they have learned from her dancers.

Britney - who is about to embark on the European leg of her 'Femme Fatale' tour - said: "When I'm on the road they come with me and they love being on the road. When I was younger I was always on the road and it's always exciting.

"They are in awe, they come home and copy the dancers and the dancers' moves and try to get on their heads and do spins and do all these things. They'll definitely, probably be, in the entertainment businesses."

The pop star - who is in a relationship with her former agent Jason Trawick - was placed under a conservatorship following her much-publicised meltdown in 2008 but she feels she is now in a "good place" in all aspects of her life.

Britney, 29, added in an interview on UK TV show 'Daybreak': "I'm in a very good place. I'm busy, I'm doing what I love, my family is great ... I'm finding my whole click with life."