David Beckham is gunning to be an actor.
The football icon turned his hand at acting with a cameo in short 'Outlaws' and next year he has a part in pal Guy Ritchie's film 'Knights of the Roundtable' and fans have even taken to social media urging David to be the next 007.
One follower tweeted: "People talking about Idris Elba. But for me, David Beckham is the perfect role to be a James Bond 007. And he is British (sic)."
While another wrote: "Wouldn't it be awesome if David Beckham be the next James Bond (sic)."
However, the 40-year-old hunk doesn't want to be one of those sports stars who rushes into a career in the movies and fails, but said he has "loved" the small roles he has had so far.
He told The Times newspaper: "I am very aware that many sportsmen and other celebrities have turned their hand to acting and failed. But what I have done so far I have loved."
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid footballer is sure he is doing well so far as a film star because Madonna's ex-husband wouldn't cast him if he "thought I was going to ruin it", but also admitted he'd "love to do more" despite not wanting to dive into roles which are "too big for me".
He added: "[Guy] wouldn't put me in a film if he thought I was going to ruin it.I had 13 lines and practised a huge amount.
"I would love to do more, but I can't just jump into roles that are too big for me. I want to build up my experience and see where it takes me."