The Rolling Stones are planning UK gigs for next year.
British fans of the rock group - which includes Sir Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts - were devastated to find out that the band had missed out the UK on their last tour, the No Filter European Tour, earlier this year but Mick has now revealed the group are "getting plans in place" to perform in the UK in 2018.
Mick told The Sun newspaper: "We were disappointed not to perform in the UK on our recent jaunt and we're looking forward to getting plans in place to do so next year."
The Rolling Stones' last big gigs in the UK were back in 2013, when they performed two shows at London's Hyde Park and also had one of the headline slots at the iconic Glastonbury Festival.
Ronnie made his return to stage for the first time since his battle with lung cancer on the first night of their European tour and said it was a "gift" to be back doing what he loves.
He said: "We're all equally surprised at how great the vibe is, because we love to make people happy with our music, and it seems to work. It's like a gift that can't be bought. It's an amazing feeling."
And Keith has reassured fans that the band - who have been going strong for more than five decades - still have plenty of life in them yet.
He added: "We haven't finished yet. It's still too early for me to talk about the Stones' legacy. There's one thing that we haven't yet achieved, and that's to really find out how long you can do this. It's still such a joy to play with this band that you can't really let go of it. I'm more interested in learning how far this bunch can take it."