As actor Chris Evans' contract with Marvel nears its end, he says he would be more than happy to extend his stay as Captain America if they want him to.
Evans, 34, who is nearing the end of his Marvel movie contract, with just two projects left, both Avengers: Infinity War films, said he would be eager to sign on for more films if the studio asks, reported Entertainment Weekly.
"If Marvel wants me, they got me. I've never had such a relationship where you have such, I mean look at my resume, I'm used to being on set being like, 'Ah is this movie gonna be terrible?'
"Marvel just can't stop making great movies, they do it in their sleep.
, and it's like a playground as an actor," he said.
Captain America: Civil War, which hits theatres on May 6, 2016, will mark Evans' seventh appearance as the star-spangled Avenger, including his brief cameo in Thor: The Dark World and the post-credits scene of Ant-Man.
The actor said he could not imagine he was ever hesitant about joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"It's so mind-boggling that I was so tentative in the beginning to jump on-board. I would have been stupid had I not done this. I mean can you imagine? Kicking myself- I'd never forgive myself!"
Watch the trailer for Evans' directorial debut Before We Go here