Emma Bunton has said that scheduling is the only roadblock in the way of a Spice Girls reunion for their 20th anniversary.
The Spice Girls will celebrate two full decades since the release of their breakthrough hit 'Wannabe' in 2016, with fans already speculating about celebration plans.
Bunton made headlines last year for suggesting that no reunion was "in the pipeline" at the time, but appeared more optimistic this week.
"I was with Geri and Mel B just recently, we love each other and we love performing together," the Daily Star quoted her as saying.
"It's just when the timing is right because we all have our own careers now and we have families, it's just about getting five schedules together and that's all it is."
Bunton also addressed the likelihood of never-before-released Spice Girls tracks being made officially available, given that several demos leaked online months ago.
"I have heard about that, yes, but I can't really talk about those," she hinted.
The singer did reveal that Spice Girls recorded "lots" of songs that the public have never heard.
Bunton's optimism about a Spice Girls reunion echoes comments made by bandmate Mel B last year, who has hinted at the likelihood of a celebration of some kind in 2016.