Piers Morgan has something to say about who should be President Donald Trump’s next chief of staff as he nominated himself for the position. In a letter penned to the Daily Mail, Morgan expressed his desire and qualifications for the job.

Morgan was a celebrity on Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice ” show, winning the 2008 season. He has since moved to CNN, where he has hosted “Piers Morgan Live” show for three years. Now, he is gunning for the President’s chief of staff position; one that Morgan believes he can fill.

In the letter to the Daily Mail he wrote, “You’ve hired me before, Mr. President, so hire me again. I’m the one person whose reputation can’t be tarnished by becoming your Chief of Staff and I’m perfectly qualified for the job!”

“But the key thing is to have someone at your side that understands you, has known you a long time, likes you and commands your respect,” he went on to say in the letter to the news outlet.

“When you made me your first 'Celebrity Apprentice' a decade ago, you told me in the live NBC finale: ‘Piers, you’re a vicious guy. I’ve seen it. You’re tough. You’re smart. You’re probably brilliant, I’m not sure. You’re certainly not diplomatic. But you did an amazing job and you beat the hell out of everybody -- you’re my Celebrity Apprentice,'" he wrote.

"Let’s be honest, what more could you possibly want from your Chief of Staff? You could have been talking about yourself!”

Morgan’s attempts at landing the chief of staff position come after the announcement that John Kelly will be leaving by the end of the year.

However, Morgan may have some competition for the chief of staff role as Trump tweeted, “Fake News has it purposely wrong. Many, over 10, are vying for and wanting the White House Chief of Staff position.”

Piers MOrgan Piers Morgan has written a letter imploring Trump to consider him for his chief of staff position, listing reasons why he is qualified for the job. Piers Morgan attends the National Television Awards on January 25, 2017 in London, United Kingdom. Photo: Getty Images/Jeff Spicer