The 36-year-old, who supports Moyles on his BBC Radio 1 breakfast show, argued that he would be "daft" to pass up solo projects.
He told The Mirror: "I'm seizing on the opportunity of doing other stuff and doing things on my own as well. I think I'd be daft not to."
However, Vitty clarified that his ice escapades should not be taken as a sign that the popular duo will soon part ways.
"We still very much enjoy doing the show," he said. "The chemistry that Chris and I and the rest of the team have is as strong as ever."
Dancing On Ice continues tomorrow at 6.10pm on ITV1.
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