Joe Swash wants to return to 'EastEnders'.

Joe Swash's Peperami challenge

Joe Swash's Peperami challenge

The 39-year-old actor - who played Mickey Miller from 2003 and 2008 before returning in 2011 for two episodes of the BBC soap - sees his stint in Albert Square as "unfinished business".

He said: "I would go back to EastEnders as it was unfinished business.

"During my last stint, I caught meningitis, so I had to take a year off work.

"It meant I couldn’t get my character involved as much as I wanted to. If I did go back, I'd want to do it properly."

Joe - who has son Harry, 13, from a previously relationship and two-year-old Rex with pregnant fiancée Stacey Solomon, who has Zachary, 13, and Leighton, nine, from her own past relationships - revealed his boy is "really keen" to follow in his footsteps by getting into television on either side of the camera.

He added: "My eldest Harry is really keen on acting and performing, he is also interested in the other side of TV – behind the camera.

"The others are too young, so I’m not sure what they’ll be doing.

"As parents, we can only support them, we can’t steer their direction, we’ll let them find their feet and support them in whatever they want to do.

"I’d also love to do some more acting this year as well."

Joe Swash has been challenged by Peperami to take on the nation’s food fails and trial Britain’s saddest snacks.

Calling for Brits to #BanTheBland, Joe offers a solution with his very own 'British Tapas Board', a local take on the traditional finger food favoured by those in Spain, to be enjoyed during summer soirees and picnics in the park.

To watch the full episode, visit @PeperamiTV on Instagram.