Pete Doherty has apparently confirmed that he and Amy Winehouse are planning to record a duet. The troubled Babyshambles rocker - who was released from prison last week after serving 29 days of a 14-week sentence for breaching his probation - says the band's guitarist Mick Whitnall has been holding song-writing sessions with Amy, reports the Daily Star. And now Pete is free, it seems he's hoping to get in the recording studio with her as soon as possible. The 29-year-old singer was quoted as saying: "Mick and Amy have a great relationship. They have been working on material while I was in prison. "When I came out I went straight to the recording studio. I just want to get music going." He apparently added: "It's great news really because we've been told we will be doing a third album." Rumours about Pete and Amy, 24, working together have been rife since the former Libertines rocker said he'd love to duet with her last November. He has said: "I have always wanted to do a single with Amy. She is just so talented. Everybody has something to say about Amy but she's just one of those girls and people can think what they want. She will be okay, she is strong."