The singer has been working on new material throughout the year and recently claimed he has some of the best stuff he has ever recorded ready to be released.
Williams has now enlisted the help of industry expert Briggs to help him compile a tracklist for his ninth solo studio album, reports The Sun.
Briggs is responsible for initially teaming up the Take That star with songwriter Guy Chambers, which resulted in the creation of Williams's mega hit 'Angels' in 1997.
A source explained: "Rob has been really productive so there's lots for him and Chris to go through. Rob will take on board any guidance Chris gives."
Williams is currently without a solo record deal and has reportedly had meetings with music juggernauts Sony and Universal, following the completion of his £80 million deal with EMI.
The 'Rock DJ' entertainer has sold over 57 million records worldwide and had seven UK number one albums.
US rapper 50 Cent recently reiterated his desire to work with Williams on a future record.
Watch the music video for Robbie Williams's 1997 hit 'Angels' below: