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Robbie Williams: I want another gig with Take That

Robbie Williams attends a media call on March 12, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Sam Tabone/WireImage)

Robbie Williams isn’t one to forget where he came from as he's considering the possibility of another Take That reunion.

It's been an entire decade since he returned to the fold after breaking thousands of hearts in 1995 when he left the band during their original run, and now he wants to do another gig with his old friends.

In an interview with talkSPORT, he shared: “With projects you do, each project takes two years or three years to pull off, whether it be a TV show or an album, or whatever it is. I’ve just figured out that, and here’s a sombre thought for you all, I’m 46; if I have 30 more good years in the business, I’ve got 12 or 13 projects left.

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“Will one of those be Take That? I don’t know… but I will hazard a guess and say ‘yes’."

Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Robbie Williams of the British band 'Take That' perform the 61th Sanremo Song Festival at the Ariston Theatre on February 18, 2011 in San Remo, Italy. (Photo by Venturelli/WireImage)

Williams went on to add he has his plans laid out for the next five years and "it doesn't involve Take That", but he did confirm: “Yes, I do want to do another gig with Take That.”

The group is currently comprised of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen after Jason Orange left on good terms in 2014 stating that he "no longer wished" to take part.

Williams rejoined Take That in 2010 for the band's sixth album Progress and its subsequent tour in 2011, but did not return for their seventh and eighth albums.

Singer Robbie Williams of English boy band Take That, circa 1994. (Photo by Tim Roney/Getty Images)

He was also reunited with current Take That trio in 2016 when they joined him at a concert in London to perform hits Back For Good and The Flood.

Last year, the father-of-four gave an interview where he claimed Orange had gone off the radar and that he had "no idea" where his former bandmate had gone.

He even joked that he would hire a private detective in order to discover the reclusive star's whereabouts.