Speaking to iHeart Radio’s Eddie Pappani, Ozzy said: “I'm hoping that next month I'll go and do another album with Andrew [Watt, Ordinary Man producer]. I might as well, while I'm not doing gigs.
Ozzy recently postponed the North American leg of his No More Tours 2 tour after revealing that he has diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, prompting suggestions that he would retire.
He admitted: “I've thought about it. I sometimes think crazy thoughts like that. I cannot retire. I love [the fans].”
In an interview with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe, Ozzy said that his new album Ordinary Man is the first time he has recorded “completely sober”.
Said Ozzy: “I thought it was the drugs and alcohol that made it all work. But it’s not true. All I was doing for years is self-medicating, cos I didn't like the way I felt. But then this is the first album I've co-wrote and recorded fucking completely sober.
"The last album, I wrote some of it stoned. I quite like being sober now. Cos at least I can remember the fucking thing I did yesterday."
He said: "I'm not being funny and I'm not being cocky, I can remember times when I've fucking woke up with puke down me," he continued. "I've fucking woke up with a bed full of blood, when I've fallen down and banged my head or whatever. My friend John Bonham, I used to go drinking with him. He died. Bon Scott, he died. I don't know what to fuckin' say.
"People go, 'You must have the Midas touch' or whatever," he added. "I'm lucky. I wasn't any better than any of them. I even fucking would go so far as to say I was worse in some cases. But it's the luck of the draw. Seventy-one and I don't fucking understand how I got there."