Independent MP Bob Katter says mining magnate Clive Palmer's new party doesn't cross his consciousness.
Mr Katter rejected suggestions his own party was imploding with the recent resignation of his national director, the third significant departure in nine months.
"Just wait, watch this space," he told reporters in Canberra.
"We are at our highest polling ever. Every single newspaper is saying we will get four to five Senators and our list of candidates is really magical, as you will find out in the next week."
Mr Katter said he did agree with Mr Palmer that the major parties should go.
But he dismissed Mr Palmer's Palmer United Party as a concern.
"They don't cross our consciousness. We had discussions a year ago. We've had no discussions since. I don't mean that to be impolite in any way," he said.
"Let 100 blossoms bloom, as far as I am concerned. Maybe you may not describe him as a blossom. Let 1000 blossoms bloom as far as I am concerned - the more the better."