“I can still be Prime Minister. This is still on”
Jezza ran an excellent election campaign and gained 34 seats by motivating younger voters.
But despite his unpredicted success, Mr Corbyn still finds himself outside of number 10 as the Conservatives maintained a slim lead.
However, Jeremy is now planning to change this and challenge Theresa May’s beleaguered leadership.
He told the Sunday Mirror: “I can still be Prime Minister. This is still on. Absolutely. Theresa May has been to the Palace She’s attempt to form a government.
“We will – obviously – amend the Queen’s Speech. There’s a possibility of voting it down it and we’re going to push that all the way.
“Nearly 13 million people voted for us to do it. That’s why I’m here.”
Mrs May will try and form a coalition government with Northern Ireland’s DUP to maintain Tory control.
But she is also facing challengers from within her own party, as well as Labour.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is rumoured to be plotting a bid to usurp Mrs May and make himself leader.
Despite this, Mr Corbyn is confident that his manifesto, which he claims brought many voters back to Labour, will be enough to take him to Downing Street.
He added: “We’ll put up our demands and our message and we’ll assert those.
“I don’t think Theresa May and this government have any credibility.
“The Prime Minister called this election on the basis she would need a stronger mandate to negotiate Brexit. Well look what’s happened.”