CHICAGO, Illinois (CNN) - Embattled Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich said Wednesday that he "can't wait to begin to tell his side of the story."
In the week since Blagojevich was arrested on federal corruption charges, there have been repeated calls for his resignation.
Although Blagojevich, 52, has not commented publicly on the charges, his lawyer Ed Genson said the governor had done nothing wrong and does not intend to step down.
"I can't wait to begin to tell my side of the story and to address you guys and most importantly the people of Illinois. That's who I'm dying to talk to," Blagojevich told reporters gathered outside his home.
"There's a time and place for everything. That day will soon be here, and you might know more about that today, maybe no later than tomorrow."
Asked what it is he wants to say, Blagojevich told the reporters to "hang loose."
Members of an Illinois House of Representatives panel met Tuesday to determine whether there is a basis to impeach Blagojevich.