Station spokesman says the presenter isn't being replaced
It was claimed BBC producers wanted to replace the 35-year-old in a major reshuffle.
But a spokesman has rubbished the reports.
‘[We have] no plans to take Chris off the breakfast show,’ reads a statement.
‘He has a hugely successful show with over seven million listeners, and he added more listeners in the last Rajar figures.’
Chris would become the station’s longest-serving breakfast host if he stayed in the job until September.
Tony Blackburn holds the record of five years and nine months.