Britney Spears' former manager has claimed that the popstar is not prepared for a comeback and is being forced into it.
Johnny Wright has claimed that the singer has been thrust back into the limelight only for making money.
Wright obdurately stated that the 'Hit Me Baby One More Time' hitmaker, who recently released her comeback album 'Womanizer', should have taken time off to find inner happiness and grow as a human being.
"A comeback is not what I wish for Britney. What I wish for her is to settle down and find real happiness," The Sun quoted Wright, as telling OK! Magazine.
Wright hinted that Britney's current manager Larry Rudolph and her father Jamie Spears should not have pushed her back into becoming a money making machine, unless she really wants it.
Wright revealed that Britney, who went through a public meltdown, should have been given ample freedom and time to gain personal happiness.
"All her essential relationships have been torn apart. She's been divorced twice, she doesn't have custody of her kids, she's being pushed back into being a money machine," Wright said.
"I want her to be happy in her heart, then go back to the business because she wants to, not because people are convincing her she has to, or that it would be good therapy for her," he added.
Wright stated that he doesn't see the drive in Britney to beat the likes of arch-rival Madonna.
"Madonna really wants to do it. Seeing Britney do it by the numbers isn't a good sign. It means she might not want it as much as those around her do," Wright said.