Take That fans are in for a treat over the next two years, as Gary Barlow has revealed the group are planning a new album, a greatest hits and a world tour.
The band's frontman confirmed a brand new Take That album will be arriving later this year, followed by a retrospective in 2017 to celebrate their 25th anniversary.
"The big goal for this year is getting another Take That album out," Gary told The Sun. "We'll do a Greatest Hits album next year and tour the year after."
But following the absence of Robbie Williams and departure of Jason Orange for their most recent album, 2014's chart-topping III, will the full line-up be back together this time?
"A Greatest Hits with everyone would be amazing but I personally can't imagine Jason coming back on stage for quite a few years," Gary explained. "But if Rob could do something that would be brilliant. I'd love to say everyone will be back but in truth it will probably be four."
Gary also revealed the upcoming tour would be "enormous" and would go "across Europe, probably the world tour if I'm honest."
Take That have a staggering seven Number 1 albums to their name, as well as 20 Top 10 hits. Click here to see where all of their singles and records have charted.
The trio will perform a massive headline show at London's Hyde Park on July 9 as part of the Barclaycard British Summer Time series, supported by Olly Murs, Jamie Lawson and Ella Eyre.