Ed Miliband has said it is "possible" he could become prime minister despite people being sceptical of his chances.
In an interview with Labour List, Miliband outlined his vision for British politics and the potential for him to lead his party to victory in the 2015 election.
He said: “I’ve always felt that was possible, even when other people were more skeptical. I definitely get stopped more, and I get more reactions as I become better known, that’s inevitable. I like it."
Miliband was talking during a tour with his community organising “guru” Arnie Graf examining ways to connect with the electorate.
He said: “Lets be frank…the way we do politics is broken for a lot of people, and we need to find a different way of doing it.
“The system is broken and Westminster feels so out of touch. It’s not just a phrase, it’s the reality.”
Miliband has struggled with an image problem since beat his brother David for the Labour leadership with a poll last year showing only 20% of people thought he was PM material.