The `OMG` hitmaker has revealed he wants to work on the troubled singer`s new album, and hopes to enlist the help of other stars to make her comeback record a success.
He told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Britney is great. We`ve actually talked about working together in the past, I`m hoping something will happen."
The 31-year-old star - whose new album `Raymond v Raymond` features the likes of Justin Bieber, Enrique Iglesias, Jay-Z and Pitbull - also explained he hopes other musicians will get on board to make Britney`s new album a success.
Usher recently revealed he eventually hopes to achieve the same `King of Pop` status as the late Michael Jackson, and was thrilled Jay-Z suggested he would be the perfect artist to fill the void left by the `Thriller` hitmaker.
He said: "I`ve been doing this 18 years now and my icon is well on its way. Michael was doing it for 50 years and that`s something I`d like to grow towards. At the same time, I am one of a kind, a worldwide pop icon. I think Jay is correct. Thanks, Jay!"