moskowitzEva Moskowitz, the founder and CEO of the Success Academy charter school network and a former city councilwoman, would not rule out a challenge against New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio when he runs for re-election in two years.

In an interview on Fred Dicker’s Talk-1300 radio show on Friday, Moskowitz acknowledged that running for mayor and political life in general is “an interest” but wouldn’t divulge her plans.

“I’m not being coy, I just honestly haven’t decided yet,” said. “My husband doesn’t know, my children don’t know.”

Moskowitz is among several potential challengers to de Blasio, who has faced a summer of political difficulties ranging from his relationship with Gov. Andrew Cuomo — now in open hostilities — and the perception that the city’s quality of life has declined on his watch.

Nevertheless, Moskowitz insisted she is taking her time with determining whether she would run.

“It’s a ways away, so I don’t feel the need to decide immediately,” Moskowitz said.

Also among those considering a de Blasio challenge: U.S. Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer and Public Advocate Letitia James.

Cuomo himself has been a staunch supporter of charter schools at both the city and state level and has called for expanding their numbers and giving the alternative public schools more funding.