The 47-year-old actor has become a household name playing the famous secret agent, but earlier this month, reports suggested that Daniel has had enough of James Bond and his 'shaken not stirred' martinis.
He was believed to have said he was ready to move on from the franchise and won't be returning as Bond, after the release of the new movie Spectre. Now, however, it seems Daniel isn't so keen to hang up his boots and during a pre-recorded interview for The Graham Norton Show, he teased we could see him stepping into his sharp suits and smart cars once more.
In the interview that is due to be aired tonight on BBC One, Graham asks Daniel if the guaranteed success of Spectre (and the huge amounts of money it is expected to bring in) are enough to get him to play James Bond again.
But insisting he has never been in it for the money, Daniel replies: "I'll genuinely say that I have never done any job for the money."
While he adds that he "can't" think about another James Bond movie right now as he has only just wrapped up its latest release, Daniel didn't exactly rule out a return.
Pressed by Graham, he teases, "we'll see", before adding that after receiving great treatment from his time playing Bond he could be swayed.
Daniel has previously revealed that he is not contractually obligated to reprise his role as 007 for a fifth time. Revealing it's completely his call, Daniel told The Sun recently: "It's up to me, I have the right to change my mind any time I want to."
Daniel's comments come ahead of Spectre's release next week. He has already starred as Bond in three previous films: Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace and 2012 hit Skyfall.
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