Bruce Forsyth has hinted that he could reduce his role on the next run of Strictly Come Dancing.

The 85-year-old presenter admitted that he has struggled to cope with the demands of the popular BBC One show.

"We've got a meeting [about the show] tomorrow," he said during an appearance on ITV show Loose Women. "There could be some other little ways of doing it, because it is hard.

"I'm not getting any younger," he added. "This always comes up because of my age."

Forsyth also said that he would like to see the current Mayor of London Boris Johnson appear as a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing.