Aaron Paul is teasing an upcoming appearance as Jesse Pinkman on AMC's "Breaking Bad" spinoff series "Better Call Saul," cryptically stating "Maybe I already shot it?"

Paul discussed the possibility Thursday during a Reddit AMA session responding to a fan asking if he was "open to making an appearance" on the crime drama.

"Yeah of course! I'm such a huge fan of 'Better Call Saul,' and of course everyone behind the show. So, who knows?," the actor wrote before leading fans to believe that a cameo apperance could be happening sooner rather then later as Saul enters its second season.

"Maybe I already shot it?, it might be airing this season?, I don't know," he continued. "Well, actually, I do know, but you'll have to watch and see. But yeah, I'd absolutely be opened to it and we have discussed the possibility."

Paul who currently stars in the crime thriller "Triple 9," is getting ready to return to television in Hulu's upcoming drama, "The Path."

Speaking with Entertainment Weekly Thursday, Paul discussed saying goodbye to the fan-favorite Pinkman and how the character's popularity has affected his life.

"I absolutely feel like I said goodbye to Jesse, and it might sound a little cheesy, but I think Jesse will always live somewhere within me," the 36-year-old said.

"I'm the only person on the planet that lived and breathed every moment of Jesse's existence, and then some. Every moment that we saw, I created in my crazy head. I loved Jesse. I feel so connected to him."

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"He could always come back one way or another," he continued.