Harry Styles has thrown his hat in the ring when it comes to casting the next James Bond.

The “Sign Of The Times” singer tells “Hits Radio” he wouldn’t mind following in Daniel Craig’s footsteps. The current 007 has confirmed next year’s “No Time To Die” will be his last outing as Bond.

“Yeah, I mean, who wouldn’t [want to be Bond]?” the 25-year-old Brit says.

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“I grew up watching those. You know, I loved him when I was a kid. So I think it’s kind of everyone’s dream a little bit, right?” he adds.

Styles made his first and only big-screen appearance to date in Christopher Nolan’s 2017 film “Dunkirk”.

If Styles is serious about being Bond, he faces some stiff competition from the U.K.’s pool of leading men. Other names at the top of bookies’ lists include Richard Madden, Tom Hardy, Tom Hiddleston, James Norton, Henry Cavill, Cillian Murphy, and Michael Fassbender. Fan-favourite Idris Elba has been dancing around 007 rumours since 2016, saying he is both “too old” for the role and equally “disheartened” over the negative reaction to Bond being anyone other than a white man.

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