Following a narrow win for Mitt Romney in the Iowa Republican presidential caucuses, the spotlight is once again on Governor Chris Christie. Christie endorsed the former Massachusetts Governor late last year.

The question is whether or not Christie would take the opportunity to run on the ticket with Romney, if he secures the Republican nomination.

Reporters took advantage of a press availability today to ask the Governor if he would consider a run as Vice President. Christie would not offer a definitive "no," but hinted he enjoys his current position too much to leave.

"It's very unlikely," Christie said at a private New Brunswick residence. "But you don't say 'no' to something that hasn't been offered yet. I think that's rude."

He continued, "If you were a betting on me being Governor of New Jersey after November of 2012."