Lamar Odom has admitted that he wants to try and ''make it work'' with his wife Khloé Kardashian, who filed for divorce from the basketball star in December.
Lamar Odom is determined to win back Khloé Kardashian.
The 34-year-old basketball player has opened up about his failed marriage to the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star and admits he isn't ready to give up on their relationship, despite her having filed for divorce over three months ago.
He told In Touch magazine: ''I want to make it work with Khloé. I'm going to see see Khloé. I'm going to see her soon.''
The couple - who were married in 2009 - split list year after a number of women claimed to have had relationships with Lamar at the same time as he was also facing allegations of drug abuse, but after spending a short period of time playing basketball in Spain, he's now back in the US after suffering a back injury and is dedicated to cleaning up his act and winning back his wife.
He added: ''I'm focusing on getting better.''
Although Khloé's family and friends have reportedly warned the 29-year-old reality star to be careful not to get hurt again, she is said to be considering giving their relationship another chance.
A source said: ''He confessed his feelings and cried his heart out to her on the phone.
''She's been avoiding his texts and calls for weeks, but when she heard him pleading with her to take him back, she melted.''
Khloé opened up about her struggle with the split yesterday (18.03.14), claiming she hadn't completely come to terms with it.
She told Australia's 2Day FM breakfast show: ''It's definitely not anything I'm through. I'm going through it, but I'm not through it.''
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