Rocker Chris Martin is amazed his band Coldplay have achieved international success - because he is convinced they've never produced anything "that good".
The 'Speed of Sound' hitmakers have released three albums to date - 'Parachutes' in 2000, 'A Rush of Blood to the Head' in 2002, and their last LP 'X&Y', which went to number one in countries including the UK, US, Australia, France and Norway in 2005.
Despite the worldwide chart success, Martin still feels like an imposter in the music industry.
He says: "After the last record, I felt like, 'God, I can't believe we've got away with becoming this huge band.'
"We still haven't done anything that good yet. So it was like, 'We've got the job, now we've got to prove why we got it.'"
He insists he is only reminded of his fame by his Hollywood star wife, actress Gwyneth Paltrow.
He adds: "The only thing that makes me remember that we're in a big band is when I remember that I'm married to someone famous.
"Everything else in the day is exactly the same as it was 11 years ago."
Martin and Paltrow have two children together, daughter Apple, four, and two-year-old son Moses.