Justin Bieber just might be bringing his pals The Wanted out on the road with him when he kicks off his Believe tour in the fall. The guys teased the tour in a new interview.

The Wanted’s Jay McGuiness shared that he and the boys may once again hit the stage with Bieber in an interview with the Daily Record. "Hopefully with Scooter now as our manager, things will really take off," he said. "He bends over ¬backwards for us. We are quite messy characters and although we are still messy, he is making us presentable to America.

"He’s hooking us up with Chris Brown and Justin Bieber," he added. "We’re planning to tour with Justin. We have started writing in the last few months and some stuff there is Justin-worthy."

The Wanted opened for Bieber on his massive My World tour, and they told MTV News earlier this year that despite the 18-year-old’s unprecedented rise to fame, he didn’t offer them any advice as they embarked on their own road to celebrity.

"I think he’s too humble for that, in that way. … He’s not someone that really gives advice, because I think he just appreciates what happens to him rather than thinks he’s God," Max George said. "And so, I mean, we don’t really talk music. When we speak to him, it’s more we talk about football or basketball."

McGuiness added, "I think he knows that we know how to do what we want to do in the same way that we could never tell him how to do what he does, ’cause he does it a lot better than we ever could."

Bieber will kick off his Believe world tour in September. While he may be joined by the Wanted for it, he will definitely be joined by Carly Rae Jepsen, who nabbed an opening spot on the jaunt. And Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, explained that this tour will take things "to a completely new level."

"By the end of 2013, we’re gonna hit the whole world," Braun said. "He has been watching a tremendous amount of Michael Jackson concerts from the ’80s and ’90s. And he has been talking to me about how Michael incorporated magic and pyro and reveals and he wants to bring in that. Still do that acoustic thing, but he wants to take it to a whole new level."