Lamar Odom is holding onto what little hope he has left that things with Khloe Kardashian will work out.
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After months of alleged drug use and infidelity on his part, Kardashian filed for divorce in December.
And even though Odom, 34, has moved to Spain to join a pro team out there, he hasn't called it quits yet with regards to his relationship with the reality star, 29.
"I love my wife. She'll always be my wife, no matter what," Odom told US Weekly today after a press conference for his new team. "Who knows? We don't know exactly if [the divorce is going through]. Only time will tell. I hope not. But even if we were divorced, she would always be my wife."
He continued, "Being married and being married to a woman I decided to marry was, besides having children, the most important thing in my life."
Though he's never admitted to the drug use, he was arrested for a DUI last summer.
"We all have regrets, but the thing is to learn from life," he said. "There's no one in this room, no one in this world who can say, 'I'm mistake-free, I have made no mistakes.' If you can introduce me to that person, please introduce me to that person. Let me meet him and speak to him."
In fact, Odom was upfront about saying there is nothing he would do differently in his past, including filming a reality show "Khloe & Lamar" with Kardashian.
"I think we prejudge a little bit too much these days because there's so much access to everything about the world. It's easy for us to look at a YouTube video or a program that doesn't turn off and say, 'This guy must be this way,'" he added. "I understand how powerful TV is, but there's nothing I would do different."