Kiefer Sutherland has admitted he's having trouble letting go of Jack Bauer.
The actor reprised his role of the counter-terrorism agent for a recent 12-part special mini-series, and previously claimed he wouldn't be returning again.
Now though he's missing his alter ego so much he's eager to get back onboard.
Speaking to The Daily Star he said: "I'm missing Jack already. I can never say never.
"My biggest fear about Jack was, 'Can we produce the standard the fans have been sued to?' I still feel there are more stories to tell."
And if it did return, he'd love to go to Scotland where his grandfather was born to film.
"If the story was right I couldn't say no to making 24 in Scotland.
"I have strong Scottish roots so I can't deny that it would be special for me.
"I have Scottish ancestry on both my grandparents' sides so I do feel a connection to the country.
"It has a great medieval feel to it with the castles and all the old architecture. I think that could make for a really dark setting."
He doesn't see Jack wearing a kilt, however...
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