Peter Andre has revealed that he would love to play Wembley Stadium before he ends his music career.
The singer said that playing at the national football stadium was one of his career ambitions.
The told Metro: "I'll do Wembley Stadium one day.
"I think I can do it in the next two years and then I'll hang my hat up."
Andre admitted that selling out London's O2 Arena was one of the highlights of his career.
He said: "It looks like I've done it again for December.
"People ask why I don't just concentrate on TV but if I'm selling out arenas, why would I?
"If I was selling 200 tickets I'd consider giving up but I'm still selling 14,000 tickets."
Discussing what he would do different in his career, Andresaid: "I'd never have released Insania. It lost me all credibility in music.
"I should have fought more for my rights to release what I wanted. Mysterious Girl, as cheesy as it is, was a big hit and I'm very grateful."
He admitted that Insania helped to relaunch his career, but he added: "It did but not in a credible way.
"It meant I could tour again but you still want some credibility in music. I'm a writer. I'm writing for other people at the moment but I'm not allowed to say who.
"I've written for 25 years. So when the record companies have released the things I haven't wanted to release, I've been disappointed. But it's all part of the learning process."
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