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Piers Morgan hints he could leave Good Morning Britain in January

He's been on the show for nearly four years

Piers Morgan has hinted that he may not be at the helm of Good Morning Britain next year.

The GMB presenter discussed his future on the breakfast show with co-host Susanna Reid today.

They were talking about how long they have worked together, when Piers pointed out that he worked with Amanda Holden on Britain's Got Talent for longer than he has with Susanna on GMB.

They've been co-hosts for nearly four years (Credit: ITV)

The 54-year-old said: "I worked with Amanda for four years on Britain's Got Talent, I haven't quite done four years with you.

"It's in November, so Amanda has actually put more yards in than you have."

Susanna replied: "November is our four year anniversary isn't it? Do you think you'll still be here in November?"

Piers then smiled and teased: "I'll be here in November...January? Hmm."

Piers and Susanna are the face of GMB (Credit: Jeff Moore /

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Piers joined 48-year-old Susanna on the show in 2015. They have since built up a love-hate relationship as co-workers!

I'll be here in November....January? Hmm.

Susanna then poked fun at Piers and added: "Are you renegotiating your dressing room again?"

Piers then joked that he could be off abroad.

Would he leave GMB? (Credit:

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Piers continued: "Contracts are contracts, I might get transferred.

"Mega bucks, to Australia, Good Morning Australia, Good Morning Germany. Good Morning Shanghai...if the money's good enough."

Perhaps the broadcaster fancies another go at success in the US. He previously launched talk show Piers Morgan Live in the States, but it was scrapped in 2014.

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