Jan. 24 (UPI) -- Aaron Paul says he would "love" to make an appearance on Better Call Saul.
"God, I hope so," Paul told host Ellen DeGeneres. "Maybe I already shot the... We -- they -- just wrapped the last season."
"I could be [on]. I would love to be on," he added before agreeing with DeGeneres that he'd prefer to surprise fans with a potential appearance.
Paul played Jesse throughout Breaking Bad's five-season run from 2008 to 2013. He previously discussed the possibility of appearing on Better Call Saul in an interview with Variety in January 2016.
"Hopefully I will be involved," the star said. "But I don't know when that may be. I'm not going to say anything more. But I'm absolutely open to the idea. Hopefully it happens. I'm all about it."
"If I were to be involved, I can promise that it would be done in the most beautiful way because there's no way they're going to bring Jesse Pinkman back just to bring him back," he added. "They're going to bring him back and the audience is going to be very excited not just to see him, but to see how it all unfolded."
Better Call Saul will return for a third season April 10, and feature Giancarlo Esposito as Gus Fring in the new season. Paul presently plays Eddie Lane on the Hulu series The Path, which will premiere a second season Wednesday.