Pop star Robbie Williams has admitted he sees a Take That reunion "at some point".
But before fans get too exited he did add it was unlikely he would be joining his former bandmates anytime soon.
Take That will tour Britain next year and when asked if he could join them, Williams said: "It might happen, who knows, but right now I don't think so.
"Reunion at some point, definitely - but we just couldn't get our diaries to work in the next 12 months."
Williams left the chart-topping boy band in 1995 to embark on a solo career.
The group, known for hits such as Back For Good, A Million Love Songs and Never Forget, disbanded a year later.
Four of the members - Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen and Jason Orange - got back together a decade later, before Orange left in 2014.
Williams, who has just released a new album The Heavy Entertainment Show, also announced a European tour next year.
Joined by pop duo Erasure, the 42-year-old will play 29 shows in 18 countries starting in Britain in June.
The Let me Entertain You singer already has 17 Brit music awards and is being presented with another accolade, the Brits Icon Award.
He will put on a one-off show in London on Monday night to celebrate.
Previous recipients include Elton John and the late David Bowie.
"The other two people were absolute legends and absolute icons and now I'm getting it and have mixed feelings," Williams said.
Adding: "But I am honoured to be receiving it."