Watch the video above for the full interview with Marama Fox.
With the Labour Party making another surge in the polls this week, the Māori Party is signalling to leaders on the left that they are keen to stay 'at the table' after the election if Labour are in power.
"I know our people lean left and they'd love to see us in a coalition arrangement with Jacinda, Metiria not anymore, but somebody from the Greens and Marama Fox and Te Ururoa Flavell," co-leader Marama Fox told The Hui.
"We could change the world - I think that would be amazing."
Ultimately, Ms Fox says it's up the people to decide the future of the party.
"We would work with anybody… we've said it over and over again, if we're honest, if it came down to it, our people choose - we go back to our membership and we say, 'Alright, here we are - what do we do?'"
But with the anger over the foreshore and seabed legislation still bubbling under the surface, Ms Fox says if there is to be any arrangement with Labour in the future they would take a one-eye-open approach.
"I would be very careful with what's going on over there - very careful."