Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of hot duo Florida Georgia Line have had a pretty astounding 2013, but they're already thinking about 2014 and hope it'll be the best yet.

After cruising to success in a number of ways and setting a 50-year chart record, FGL is now one of the biggest country music groups of today -- and they want to keep it that way.

Hubbard tells Glamour, "... I think if we could have another year like this year, we'll be pretty happy. A lot of sold-out shows, and hopefully at the end of the year we'll have a new album out and keep doing what we're doing."

Kelley echoes his bandmate's wishes. "I'm going to agree with that," the singer says simply. Fans of the duo are probably nodding their head in agreement, hoping that FGL will 'stay' at the top of their game for a long, long while.

Although the band's quasi New Year's resolution is short and sweet, it would also mean that FGL would have another huge year in 2014. They're already working hard on their sophomore album, which promises a diverse mix of songs.