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2 November 2012, 14:38
The 'Candy' singer admits he would love to join back up with Gary, Mark, Howard and Jason.
Robbie Williams has opened the door to a return with his Take That bandmates after revealing he would be "ready" to join the group once again.
The 'Let Me Entertain You' singer made his return to the band in 2010, 14 years after quitting the group as they released 'Progress' and headed out on a huge European tour.
The singer has since embarked on a new solo album and is about to headline three nights at London's O2 arena later this month.
Asked if he can see himself and Take That together again, he told The Sun: "I really don't know. It's up to them, really."
He continued: "I am ready, willing and able, whenever they want me to do anything with them. But I hope that happens sooner rather than later. "
Robbie has already teased plans for a huge stadium tour in 2013 and said his near future will be very much focussed on his new album 'Take The Crown'.
"All I know is that now I've got a really big, gleaming pop album that can spearhead the next 18 months for me in a really good way," he said. "Success is addictive and I believe that I've got the album to feed my addiction for 18 months."
One Direction also recently revealed that they would like to emulate the success of Take That and even take a ten year hiatus and make a triumphant comeback like the man band.
Robbie will kick off the first of three nights at the O2 Arena in the capital on 22nd November and his new album 'Take The Crown' is released on 5th November.