Ed Sheeran is planning to collaborate with Michael Buble after meeting him at the Children In Need Rocks Manchester concert earlier this month.
The 'Lego House' singer played at the Children In Need Rocks Manchester concert earlier this month, where he discussed teaming up for a track with the Canadian crooner.
He told BBC Newsbeat: "There might be something happening with Buble we had a nice chat that night."
Although he has plans to work with the commercially successful 'Cry me a River' star, Ed has previously promised he will never "sell out".
He said: "Even if I wasn't successful with the next album, as long as I do what I want and I'm happy with it, it will be fine. I think the worst thing is when people call other people sell outs. If I got a bad review in a paper and thought 'oh f**k he's right' - that would be selling out.
"I come from a scene where we like to be credible and do what we want."
20-year-old Ed - famed for completing tours by 'couch surfing', staying over at fans and friends houses - added he is planning to continue releasing new material over the next year in the UK, but warned he's going to be spending a lot of time out of his home country to launch his debut album '+' internationally.
He added: "2012 is the rest of the world, the album is coming out everywhere else so I'm going to be away for a bit."