'Candy' singer Robbie Williams has revealed that he’d like US Open champion Andy Murray to be the face of his Farrell menswear range.
Ever since launching his latest collection at London’s Selfridges last month, the 38-year-old musician said that the Scotsman would be the ideal face to front his new collection.
Speaking to The Sun, Robbie said:
''Andy Murray would be a fantastic Farrell man. I would love Andy to wear Farrell clothes.''
The singer also admitted that if he couldn't rope in the 25-year-old, who recently became a Grand Slam champion, he had a few other celebs lined up.
''My own first inspiration for a style icon was Sean Connery in James Bond. Nobody else came close. But if I can’t get Andy then I’d go for Daniel Craig.''
The former Take That star also said that he would love to follow in fellow Brit David Beckham’s footsteps and design his own underwear range - just don’t expect to seem him modelling them though.
''I’d love to do a range of underwear if I could stop smoking, lose two stone and ban chocolate from my diet,'' he told The Sun.
Williams is set to play at Barrowlands and has three more concerts lined up, but will cancel the shows if pregnant wife Ayda goes into labour.