Sir David Jason wants to go to Hollywood to make an action movie.
The 75-year-old star - who played loveable wheeler dealer Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter in BBC sitcom 'Only Fools and Horses' for 22 years - is keen to head Stateside to appear on the big screen with plenty of attractive females.
He told The Sun newspaper: "There are things I'd still like to achieve. I'd like to go to Hollywood and make a bit of a movie.
"One with a lot of action in it. And yes, sexy ladies!"
While the legendary actor is known for his TV work in popular British sitcoms such as 'Only Fools...', 'Open All Hours' and 'The Darling Buds of May', he is no stranger to appearing in films.
David appeared as Nogood Boyo alongside Richard Burton and Dame Elizabeth Taylor in 1972 movie 'Under Milk Wood' and with Britt Ekland, Bob Hoskins and Malcolm McDowell in 1975 motion picture 'Royal Flash'.
He also starred alongside Dame Maggie Smith in 1999 World War I film 'All the King's Men'.
In his role as Del Boy, David starred in 'Only Fools and Horses' film 'Miami Twice: The Movie' - which was originally broadcast as a two-part TV special - in which he appeared as his two characters, his market trader aleter-ego and Mafia boss parody Don Vincenzo 'Vinny the Chain' Ochetti.