Kenny Chesney has learned from his brief marriage to Renee Zellweger.

The country singer wed the Oscar-winning actress in May 2005 after a whirlwind romance and despite them splitting four months later, Kenny still believes in love and hopes the doomed union will help him find happiness in the future.

He said: "I think everybody learns, I hope. I recorded a song one time, called I 'Done A Lot of Things Different.' Of course I would have done things different, in my personal life.

"Do I still believe in falling in love? Sure. Do I think it exists? Yep. Have I felt it? Yes, and who wouldn't want to feel that again."

The brief marriage also hasn't put Kenny off the idea of having a family and the 43-year-old singer revealed he is looking forward to having kids in the future.

Asked on 'In The Spotlight with Robin Roberts' if he wants children, he said: "Oh, of course, No Doubt about it. I really don't envision, you know, everything in my life revolving around sound check and catering at 5 o'clock... I don't want that."

Kenny previously revealed he believed his marriage to Renee had failed because he "panicked".

He said: "I panicked. I look at my life as a box... So everything that I put in - learn how to play guitar, put that in the box. The friends I made. I put that in the box, and my career grew. That box I built grew into this wonderful house. And you protect everything and all the relationships and all the people that helped you build that house."