Murray beat the world No1 en route to winning his first Grand Slam at the US Open in September, while the Scot also beat Djokovic in the semi-finals at the Olympics, going on to claim gold in the final.
However, Djokovic won their last meeting in the Shanghai Masters final, coming from behind to claim a 5-7 7-6 (13-11) 6-3 victory and leave the head-to-head level at three wins each in 2012.
“Whether me and Novak would replace anything Roger and Rafa have done, I think that’s a long way off,” Murray told BBC Sport.
“But I think some of the matches we’ve had this year were high quality, fun to watch, and I’m all for playing more of those matches if I can.”
He added: “For me there’s an understanding of how much you have to put into the match to win it. I think that’s just the nature of those matches.
“Both of us are very good retrievers so often the points will go on a lot. Sometimes you feel like you maybe need to win the point two or three times, which is tough and can be a little bit tiring.
“But we’ve played each other enough to know what to expect. We do practise with each other quite a lot too, but it’s never quite the same as matches, that’s for sure.”
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