Mark Latham has said he is 'considering all options' after being approached to join Pauline Hanson's One Nation Party.
The former Labor leader is just one of a number of high profile political figures Ms Hanson has tried to recruit.
Mr Latham said the offer was 'very flattering' on Seven's Sunrise on Friday morning.
Mark Latham (pictured) has said he is 'considering all options' after being approached to join Pauline Hanson's One Nation right-wing, nationalist party
In fact, Mr Latham said he had 'been approached by representatives of four different parties wanting me to run in the senate,' 9 News reported.
In an interview with the Sunrise breakfast program he remained coy, brushing off any direct questions of party membership.
'I'm not going to be talking about private conversations. I can't go into details.
'It's a classic non-denial, denial.
'The serious point is the country is heading in the wrong direction,' he said.
'The major parties are on the nose.
'Geoff won't get involved, so maybe I'll have to.'
The former Labor leader is just one of a number of high profile political figures Ms Hanson (pictured) has tried to recruit
The list of political figures so far asked to join the right-wing nationalist party includes conservative senator Cory Bernardi and Queensland's Bob Katter.
Katter's son Robbie is also pegged to be asked, according to Nine News.
'There's more chance of the Pope becoming a Muslim' than him joining One Nation,' Bob Katter responded in relation to Mr Latham's potential recruitment.
Those within Ms Hanson's One Nation party have not denied or dismissed speculations over recruitment allegations
While a spokesman for Cory Bernardi said 'the only party he's interested in being a member of is the one he