Olly Murs revealed his plans to find a ''give it a break'' and find a less demanding job if his latest record 'You Know I Know' doesn't have chart success.
Olly Murs' new album ''could be his last'' if his fans lose interest in him.
The 34-year-old singer has revealed he will ''give it a break'' and step away from the music business if his new album 'You Know I Know' isn't a chart hit.
In an interview with the Metro newspaper, he said: ''I will continue until people get bored of me if it ends it ends. I am under no illusion that this album could be my last, I say that every album, you never know ... If this album only goes to ten then I know it's time to give it a break.''
Olly - who shot to fame on 'The X Factor' in 2009 - believes that fans can tell whether an artist is excited about creating a new album and if they are ''not really bothered'' as it comes across in the music.
He said: ''If you are doing an album and you are not really bothered I think people can feel that. If you are bothered and excited like, 'Yeah I am f***ing pumped!' Then your fans feel that buzz.''
The 'Trouble' hitmaker has been open about his desire to settle down and have children, and when he eventually becomes a father, wants to spend as much time at home as possible.
He said: ''When I have a family and kids, the last thing I want to be doing is working ridiculous stupid hours.
''So there might be a point of slowing down and having a regular job that's Monday to Friday or whatever job I can get...if I can get a job where I can be at home a lot more to be with my kids and do school runs.''