David Tennant has hinted he could return for "Doctor Who's 60th anniversary.
The 46-year-old actor starred as the Time Lord from 2005 until 2010, and though his career has since moved in another direction, David has suggested he'd be willing to consider a return to mark the occasion.
The British star - who made an appearance in the 50th anniversary special in 2013 - told the Radio Times: "They are exciting those episodes, but I think you have to be careful not to do them too often. They have to be a novelty. The 50th was a great thing to be a part of.
"When's the 60th? Will we still be upright? Maybe then."
This comes shortly after Matt Smith - another former Doctor - admitted he almost declined the chance to play the time-travelling character.
Matt, 35, confessed to having a "wobble" after he was offered one of the most sought-after roles on British TV.
He shared: "I was like, "I don't think I'm going to do it". My agent said, "You're going to do it.""
Matt found the show to be a huge professional challenge due to the "gargantuan number of lines" that he needed to learn, but the actor doesn't look back with any regrets.
Matt - who played the role from 2010 until 2014 - explained: "It's the greatest part of my life. It was one of the greatest experiences of my life. I loved every minute of it."