13/01/2012 07:57 GMT | Updated 14/03/2012 05:12 GMT

'Britain's Got Talent': David Walliams' Worries Over Judging Role

David Walliams is worried he isn't talented enough to be one of the new judges on Britain's Got Talent.

Earlier this month it was announced that David would be joining the show to vet thousands of auditionees alongside Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and Simon Cowell, but he fears he isn't qualified to judge other people's skills.

Speaking to the Daily Star, he said: "I don't have enough talent of my own."

And the Little Britain funnyman also claims he'll struggle to criticise wannabes who dream of becoming performers.

He said: "The best judges are the ones who are prepared to say negative things.

''But I don't feel I have enough talent to tell someone that they don't have talent. I would feel bad saying 'No' to people because even if they have not got a great talent, it's their dream.

"I don't want to be the person who crushes someone's dream."

Despite his worries, David insists he's excited about being part of one of his pal Simon Cowell's shows.

He said: "I did meet Simon about Britain's Got Talent a year ago, and it is a great show."

We reckon he'll make a great judge. You've got nothing to worry about David!