Senate Republican conference leader Dean Skelos on Tuesday hinted at the possibility of little change in the chamber’s coalition configuration.

Skelos, interview on John Gambling’s radio show this morning, said he did not expect “a huge difference” come January when his conference will have a full majority in the Senate.

“It’s not going to be a huge difference, John,” Skelos said. “The bottom line is we’ve been focused on the last four years in a bipartisan basis including the IDC and the governor, four on-time budgets. I know for years you would comment specifically why can’t we get the job done. In New York state, for better or worse, we’ve had on-time budgets, we’re controlling our spending and we’re not raising taxes.”

Republicans in the Senate formed a coalition with the five-member Independent Democratic Conference that allowed the GOP to retain the trappings of the majority despite being in a numerical minority. Republicans will continue working with at least one Democrat, Brooklyn’s Simcha Felder, who sits with the GOP conference.

Under the current plan, IDC Leader Jeff Klein and Skelos share the power of the co-presidency and can decide jointly when bills come to the floor for a vote.

A source familiar with the discussions over the coalition continuing with Senate Republicans and the IDC said one idea floated was to allow Klein to retain the co-presidency with the agreement that coalition would continue through the 2016 elections when Democrats are expected to make gains.