Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has insisted he has ‘absolutely no idea’ what his future holds, but he is ‘not going to be a milkman’.
In his first interview since being axed as the show’s presenter following his attack on producer Oisin Tymon, Clarkson said he was busier than ever – despite being unemployed.
But he told Chris Evans’s breakfast show on Radio 2 that getting axed from Top Gear, which he described as ‘my baby’, had left ‘a big hole’ which was ‘my own silly fault’.
Jeremy Clarkson has been speaking on Radio 2 (Ian West/PA)
Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are believed to be negotiating with a streaming service like Netflix or Amazon.
But Clarkson said he had just been ‘listening’ to offers from broadcasters and added: “I’m just getting really good at tennis.”