Scott Disick: I Will Love Kourtney Kardashian 'Until the Day I Die'

"You know, if things are meant to be maybe they will be," Disick said on an Australian radio show

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Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian are in a really good place.

Disick called into Australian radio show Kyle & Jackie O Wednesday and revealed where his relationship with Kardashian stands – and according to him, they’re getting along great as exes.

“She’s like my best friend,” Disick, 32, said of Kardashian, 36, from whom he split last July after nine years together. “I’ll love her ’til the day I die.”

Indeed, the two have been spending plenty of friendly time together lately, joking about "getting back together" on Snapchat and co-parenting their three kids: Mason, 6, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 1.

“I don’t think anything is ever simple,” Disick told the radio hosts. “But, you know, I’m not the first person in the world that’s gotten separated from a significant other – we’re just trying to make the best of it, and life goes on.”

“Things aren’t easy, but, you know, things are going very well right now, and I’m just happy that we’re able to be on good terms at the end of the day,” he added.

As for a potential reconciliation? Never say never – though that’s not on either of their minds right now, Disick said.

“You know, I never thought a lot of things would happen in my life the way they did, so I don’t really rule anything out,” he said. “I have no plans in my mind of what’s going to happen. So, you know, if things are meant to be maybe they will be. I really can’t say yes or no.”

He explained there were things that both of them “needed to work on,” and that as of right now, they’re happy with the way things are: “I don’t know if either of us want anything more than where we’re at.”

Disick – who was spotted with a mystery brunette earlier this month following a brief fling with model Lina Sandberg – also shot down any rumors that he has a new girlfriend.

“No, no – I mean, it’s just unfortunate that you can’t have friends this day and age,” he said. “I don’t know. I’m not really thinking about dating at this point in my life.”

As for where he would rank himself on a “happiness scale” these days?

“You know, it’s [been] a big transition in my life and I’ve gone through some things,” said the star, who recently completed rehab treatment. “But on a happiness scale, I would say in the 5, 6, 7, range I would say. Which isn’t terrible. I’m not too mad at a solid 7.”

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