Ever since Sandra Oh left "Grey's Anatomy" after the 10th season, fans have been hoping for her return, and it looks like Kevin McKidd is no exception.

The actor, who has starred in the ABC medical drama since 2008, revealed Thursday that Oh is the one person he would love to see make a return to the series, even if it is just for one episode, per People.

"I would love — and I always say it — I would love Sandra Oh to come back. I don't think she will. She keeps saying she won't. Every time I see her, I'm always needling her, going, 'Come on, come on. Just one.' Maybe one day she'll say yes. I'm always working on her," McKidd, 48, said at "Grey's Anatomy" 400th Episode Celebration in Hollywood. "

"I think there's a way to get her to do one more. She really is an artist. And when she moves on, she moves on. So, it's not because of any bad feeling, it's just she's moved on," he continued.

"We're also really good friends. So, Sandra, I'm coming for you," he jokingly shared.

Oh's performance as Christina Yang, the cardiothoracic surgeon on the show, got her her first Golden Globe Award, as well as five Emmy Award nominations. The actor, 50, announced her departure in 2013.

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The "Grey's Anatomy" cast is pictured in Season 16. ABC/Christopher Willard

However, it seems like McKidd's wish will remain just that, because last year, Oh revealed on the Los Angeles Times' podcast "Asian Enough" that she doesn't have any plans of coming back to the show, as she's "moved on."

"It's very rare, I would say, to be able to see in such a way the impact of a character. In some ways, you do your work as a bubble and you let it go. I left that show, my God, seven years ago almost. So in my mind, it's gone. But for a lot of people, it's still very much alive. And while I understand and I love it, I have moved on," she said.

"I love it, though. And this is also why I really appreciate the show … that I still get asked this," she added.

The show has been renewed for season 19, according to Parade.