President Obama said Wednesday that he'd like to attend the Super Bowl if his Chicago Bears make it to the championship game.

Obama, during brief remarks in the Oval Office, where he was hosting Chinese President Hu Jintao, said he'd attend the Super Bowl on Feb. 6 in Dallas.

"If the Bears win, I'm going no doubt," Obama said when asked if he'd go, according to a report from CNN.

The Bears will play the Green Bay Packers in Chicago this weekend in the NFC championship game, the winner of which goes to the Super Bowl. The winner of that game will play the winner of the AFC championship match-up between the New York Jets and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Obama's only seen the Windy City's baseball and basketball teams in action during his first two years in office. The Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup last season, but the president attended none of those games.