Matthew Lewis would love to appear in a Neville Longbottom spin-off movie.
The 25-year-old actor, who starred in the popular 'Harry Potter' film franchise as Neville, has revealed he would "jump at the chance" to bring back his bumbling wizard.
Asked whether he'd be keen to reprise the role if the opportunity came up, he said: "If it came to it that I was offered that sort of deal - I want to say I'd consider it - but I'd probably jump at the chance, absolutely!
"I'm not itching, just yet, but I'd absolutely, definitely consider it, and love to be considered for it."
Lewis is currently appearing in BBC3's comedy 'Bluestone 42' and while he looks back on his time starring in the Potter movies with fondness, he's happy with the state of his career.
He told RadioTimes.com: "I saw Emma Watson the other day and we were chatting about Potter and I realised as much as I miss certain aspects of it, since I finished it I've just had such an amazing time.
"Potter was an amazing and a unique experience that I was privileged to have been a part of, but I've never been as involved with or as proud of a project as I have with Bluestone 42 - I've had so much fun being a part of it, so much more than I've ever had before as an actor, definitely."